EMCC case studies - Corporate social responsibility in managing the transition to a market economy: Eesti Põlevkivi Ltd

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20 December 2007
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Eesti Põlevkivi Ltd (EP) is a state-owned company, primarily involved in oil shale mining in the Ida-Virumaa region of Estonia. The company was established in 1920 and was, for many years, the largest employer in Estonia. It continues to have particular relevance for the IdaRead more
Eesti Põlevkivi Ltd (EP) is a state-owned company, primarily involved in oil shale mining in the Ida-Virumaa region of Estonia. The company was established in 1920 and was, for many years, the largest employer in Estonia. It continues to have particular relevance for the Ida-Virumaa region as the largest employer, offering higher than average salaries for this part of Estonia and often employing entire ‘family dynasties’. In 1999, EP had 7,034 employees. Today, as a result of restructuring, this number has been reduced to 3,500.
 
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    EMCC case studies - Corporate social responsibility in managing the transition to a market economy: Eesti Põlevkivi Ltd

    Eesti Põlevkivi Ltd (EP) is a state-owned company, primarily involved in oil shale mining in the Ida-Virumaa region of Estonia. The company was established in 1920 and was, for many years, the largest employer in Estonia. It continues to have particular relevance for the Ida-Virumaa region as the largest employer, offering higher than average salaries for this part of Estonia and often employing entire ‘family dynasties’. In 1999, EP had 7,034 employees. Today, as a result of restructuring, this number has been reduced to 3,500.

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