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Employers Want Extension of Work Cut Subsidies

Ljubljana, 9 January - The Slovenian Employers' Association does not think the bill the government has crafted to subsidise pay due to working week cuts as a result of sagging demand meets the needs of companies, which is why it has proposed several amendments to the bill to parliament.

Ljubljana
Slovenia's biggest trade union confederation, ZSSS, commenting on the shortcomings of the bill introducing subsidies in case of working week cuts; (pictured left to right) ZSSS secretary Milan Utrosa, ZSSS president Dusan Semolic and legal issues secretary Andrej Zorko.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Slovenia's biggest trade union confederation, ZSSS, commenting on the shortcomings of the bill introducing subsidies in case of working week cuts; (pictured left to right) ZSSS secretary Milan Utrosa, ZSSS president Dusan Semolic and legal issues secretary Andrej Zorko.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Slovenia's biggest trade union confederation, ZSSS, commenting on the shortcomings of the bill introducing subsidies in case of working week cuts.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Andrej Zorko, the legal issues secretary of ZSSS confederation of unions, commenting on the shortcomings of the bill introducing subsidies in case of working week cuts.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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