ZSSS Fears Govt's Labour Reform to Hurt Employees

Ljubljana, 2 July - Slovenia's biggest trade union association, the ZSSS, presented on Monday its position on the government's labour market reform guidelines, expressing support in principle to the introduction of standard open-ended employment contracts and opposing the planned exclusion of lunch time from working hours.

The head of Slovenia's biggest trade union confederation, the ZSSS, Dušan Semolič (right) and ZSSS executive secretary Andrej Zorko (left) present the confederation's position on the government's labour market reform guidelines.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

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