11 Rugsėjis 2015
A recent study examined the relationship between interpersonal trust and innovativeness in Croatian enterprises and found that these are important strategic tools contributing to the company’s success.
02 Liepa 2015
An act on health and safety in the workplace was passed by Croatia’s parliament on 30 May 2014. It establishes a new governing body and builds on the previous 1996 act, now allowing employers to use audio and video monitoring devices. The act also introduces measures to help combat stress at work.
24 Birželis 2015
Union protests that a public sector pay freeze was unlawful have been rejected by Croatia's Constitutional Court.
05 Birželis 2015
The level of collective bargaining coverage could soon return to pre-crisis levels in Croatia, according to a new report.
03 Kovas 2015
Before the introduction of Croatia's new Labour Act, strict employment protection legislation meant a lack of labour market flexibility. The new law aims to increase the number of employed people, allow employers to develop more flexible business models and adapt to market demands, maintain employee protection and combat the grey economy.
18 Gruodis 2014
The Government of Croatia announced a proposal to outsource non-core services to the private sector. After strong resistance by trade unions and others, the government then suggested the creation of a spin-off publicly owned company to take on the employees and deliver the services. In the face of continued opposition, the government finally withdrew both proposals.
06 Spalis 2014
This report presents the trends and changes in quality of life among the Croatian population based on the survey rounds conducted in 2007 and 2012.
20 Rugpjūtis 2014
Two major phases in Croatian economic history have affected the setting of a national minimum wage. The first relates to collective agreements and the second to the introduction of the 2008 Minimum Wage Act.
13 Rugpjūtis 2014
Discussions have been taking place in Croatia about amendments to the country’s Labour Act. Understanding employment trends and their determinants may be valuable when it comes to formulating labour market policies, especially in the context of the fallout from the global economic crisis.
31 Liepa 2014
Croatia’s employment protection legislation has 18 basic provisions that cover three main areas: