Employers, Unions at Loggerheads over Mini Jobs
Ljubljana, 5 April - Employers and trade unions rarely see eye to eye on labour matters - and the mini jobs law, which will be put to vote at the 10 April referendum, is no different. At the core of the disagreement lies flexibility, touted as the biggest benefit of the law by the employers and decried by the unions as being stretched to absurd proportions.
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