Slovene Companies Behave as Workers' Companies
Portorož, 11 May - Slovene companies behave as if they were workers' companies, said Dusan Mramor of the Ljubljana Faculty of Economics at the introduction part of the three-day conference on finance and stock market, which opened for the 17th time on Thursday at the Slovene seaside resort of Portoroz. A survey of the faculty showed that workers play too big a role in company's management, that the culture of self-management is still present, that managers' salaries are fixed and not bound to the share price, and that the power of trade unions remains relatively high, Mramor explained.
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