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Trade Unions Critical of Fixed-Term Employment

Ljubljana, 15 June - The number of fixed-term contractors and other unstable forms of employment is drastically increasing in Slovenia, Dusan Semolic, the head of Slovenia's biggest trade union confederation, the ZSSS, said on Monday. Almost 70% of young people work on fixed-term contracts and face very uncertain future, he pointed out.

Ljubljana
A press conference of Slovenia's biggest trade union confederation, the ZSSS, where representatives of trade unions presented the issue of fixed-term contractors and other unstable forms of employment.
Pictured from left to right: Drago Scernjavic of the trade union responsible for the soldiers, ZSSS head Dusan Semolic, Doro Hvalica of the Glosa trade union, which represents workers in culture and Bojan Hribar of Trade Union of Education and Research (VIR).
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
A press conference of Slovenia's biggest trade union confederation, the ZSSS, where representatives of trade unions presented the issue of fixed-term contractors and other unstable forms of employment.
Pictured from left to right:ZSSS head Dusan Semolic, Drago Scernjavic of the trade union responsible for the soldiers, Doro Hvalica of the Glosa trade union, which represents workers in culture and Bojan Hribar of Trade Union of Education and Research (VIR).
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
A press conference of Slovenia's biggest trade union confederation, the ZSSS, where representatives of trade unions presented the issue of fixed-term contractors and other unstable forms of employment.
Pictured from left to right: Drago Scernjavic of the trade union responsible for the soldiers, ZSSS head Dusan Semolic, Doro Hvalica of the Glosa trade union, which represents workers in culture and Bojan Hribar of Trade Union of Education and Research (VIR).
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
A press conference of Slovenia's biggest trade union confederation, the ZSSS, where representatives of trade unions presented the issue of fixed-term contractors and other unstable forms of employment.
Pictured: Doro Hvalica of the Glosa trade union, which represents workers in culture.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
A press conference of Slovenia's biggest trade union confederation, the ZSSS, where representatives of trade unions presented the issue of fixed-term contractors and other unstable forms of employment.
Pictured: Bojan Hribar of Trade Union of Education and Research (VIR).
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
A press conference of Slovenia's biggest trade union confederation, the ZSSS, where representatives of trade unions presented the issue of fixed-term contractors and other unstable forms of employment.
Pictured: ZSSS head Dusan semolic.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
A press conference of Slovenia's biggest trade union confederation, the ZSSS, where representatives of trade unions presented the issue of fixed-term contractors and other unstable forms of employment.
Pictured: Drago Scernjavic of the trade union responsible for the soldiers.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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