Belgrade-Ljubjana sign labour agreement for Serbs working in Slovenia

Belgrade-Ljubjana sign labour agreement for Serbs working in Slovenia
Slovenian and Serbian Labour Ministers Anja Kopač Mrak and Zoran Đorđević respectively signed an agreement on Thursday which will safeguard labour rights of Serbian workers that live and are employed in Slovenia "on the margin of a session of the Slovenian and Serbian governments", sloveniatimes.com says.

According to the same medium, a similar accord has been signed in the past among Slovenia and Bosnia.

Thanks to this official document signed between the two governments, Serbs who work in the country will be fully covered during working time, it encourages them to better and faster integrate into the local society but it also officially states the conditions for them to return home as well as the rights and obligations of both the employers and the employees.

The 'move' is considered reciprocal since Slovenia is faced with a staff shortage and Serbian workers are quite often faced with a money and job shortage that are interlinked conditions.../IBNA

 

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