Social Partners Divided Over Labour Flow Reciprocity

Ljubljana, 21 April - Slovenia's social partners are divided over whether the country should respond to the decision of a number of old EU members to keep labour restrictions on eight EU newcomers, among them Slovenia, in kind. While the majority of the employers believe Slovenia should not ban labour from the countries involved, the majority of the unions back reciprocal measures.

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