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Labor market and social policy

Budget updates are important for business

It is imperative that business support for maintaining the existing employment of employees by providing financial resources to employers in the affected sectors and economic activities following the COVID-19 pandemic continues until the end of 2021 and with a horizon of 2022, This was stated by the experts from the employers’ organization Union for Private …

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UPEE statement on a bill amending the Labor Code

ABOUT: UPEE Statement to Deputy Prime Minister for Economic and Demographic Policy and Chairman of the National Council for Tripartite Cooperation and to the Chairman of the Committee on Labor, Social and Demographic Policy of the 44th National Assembly on the Bill on amendment of the Labor Code, № 054-01-5, submitted on 23.01.2020 by Alexander …

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The campaign for the benefits of the declared work “All rights reserved!” – #...

Within the framework of the European Campaign for Declared Labor 2020, the Bulgarian state, with the support of the social partners, is conducting the campaign “All rights reserved!”. A broad awareness campaign will be conducted on the benefits of the declared work, with the main materials available on the campaign’s Facebook page: link link Within …

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SMEunited disagrees with the EC proposal for a directive on minimum wage

Photo: smeunited.eu SMEunited is strongly disappointed by the Commission’s choice to adopt a Directive for tackling the issue of fair minimum wages in Europe. Establishing a binding framework at European level oversteps the EU competence. Moreover, it will unavoidably interfere with the autonomy of social partners and their collective bargaining freedom. In a first reaction, …

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