Labour market

October 2005
Autumn Report;Autumn2005, p61
Academic Journal
The article reports on the labour market trends in Slovenia. It discusses the adjustment mechanism for wages and the minimum wage, the two most important wage policy instruments instruments in the country. It explains a method for collecting data on wages. Forecasts on gross wage per employee in 2006 are also presented.


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