Slovenia and European Commission Sign Joint Assessment of Priorities in Employment Policies
Ljubljana, 18 July - LOKALNA
Slovene Minister for Labour, Family and Social Affairs Miha Brejc and the European Commissioner for Employment and Social Affairs Ana Diamantopoulou on Tuesday in Brussels signed a joint assessment of midterm priorities in the Slovene employment policies. The document comprises a series of agreed goals regarding employment and labour market which are needed to speed up the transformation of the Slovene labour market and to secure progress in the harmonisation of the employment system, so as to implement the employment strategy and prepare it for EU accession.
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