20 elokuu 2014
A project initiated by the Association of Free Trade Unions of Slovenia focuses on the plight of young people in the labour market. A study, carried out as part of the project, has led to proposals for a range of measures to tackle Slovenia’s high youth unemployment including the revival of apprenticeships and employment counselling. The research shows that young people are having huge difficulties finding jobs: they wait longer for their first job than in the past, and are more likely to be unemployed long term.
31 heinäkuu 2014
Work absenteeism statistics in Slovenia suggest that between 38,000 and 40,000 employees are off work every day. The figures show the country loses 10 million working days a year due to temporary absence from work for health reasons – such as illness and injury – or because family members need care.
04 elokuu 2009
This report presents the preferences and opinions of Slovenians regarding aspects of working conditions in 1997 and 2005. The results are based on the Slovene Public Opinion Survey as part of the Work Orientations module of the International Social Survey Programme. The survey reveals that what people deem important in their work has remained relatively stable over time: job security, having an interesting job and a high income were the most important work values in both 1997 and 2005.
29 huhtikuu 2008
Article 2 of the 2002 European framework agreement on telework (107Kb PDF)  has defined this form of work as follows:  http://ec.europa.eu/employment_social/social_dialogue/docs/300_20020716_agreement_telework_en.pdf
25 heinäkuu 2007
The project on Social Dialogue Capacity Building at sectoral and company levels is a follow-up of a similar project held at a national level in 2005. The methodology used included carrying out interviews with members of the nationally recognised representative organisations of employers and employees in the eligible countries – Slovenia in this case - and collecting their views of the capacity of their members' organisations. The report reflect their views for the sectoral/branch- and enterprise-level developments.