Unions Decry Corporate Proposals for Greater Flexibility
Ljubljana, 3 December - Slovenia's largest trade union rejected Wednesday measures proposed by business to improve labour flexibility as part of efforts to tackle the economic crisis. The proposals are aimed at curbing workers' rights and increasing profit, said ZSSS leader Dusan Semolic.
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