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Radka Minarechová

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Radka Minarechová began working for The Slovak Spectator in July 2011, after graduating from the journalism department of Comenius University in Bratislava. She covers political news, as well as occasional economic stories, and writes for our special publications.She is also responsible for the information tables that appear in the special publications. Before she joined The Slovak Spectator team, Ms. Minarechová contributed to the Career & Employment Guide and Spectacular Slovakia.

List of authors articles

Generations struggle with the transfer of knowledge

The quick changes in technology hinder the communication between older and younger generations and impact on the operation of society as a whole, says professor at Fordham University, in New York.17. Jul 2017, at 6:30

Milan Zelený

IT education may suffer from a lack of teachers

Failure to adopt necessary changes could make Slovakia less competitive in the digital era.13. Jul 2017, at 15:02

Education helps in fighting extremism

The US Embassy in Slovakia supports the exchanges of students and researchers, in addition to projects that promote innovative approaches to education.11. Jul 2017, at 6:30

The presentation of Online Live Library project

TTIP talks are not dead

Despite positive declarations from the government, the American Chamber of Commerce in Slovakia is still waiting for significant, tangible results in the areas of the legislative process, corruption and efficient…10. Jul 2017, at 6:30

Jake Slegers

Did Sagan really have to go?Video

Several factors influenced the disqualification verdict, and it is hard to comment without having complete information, says one of the commissaires.6. Jul 2017, at 16:33

Peter Sagan

Strike at Volkswagen could prompt othersPhoto

The recent strike at the biggest carmaker in Slovakia may serve as a lesson for some, trade unionists in other companies agree.27. Jun 2017, at 18:01

CSR reports should not hide failures

What standards should a good CSR report uphold?27. Jun 2017, at 6:30

Companies will report on the supported projects.

Learn from successes along with mistakes

The mentoring programme enables contacts between students and business leaders, to help them move forward in their future career.21. Jun 2017, at 14:39

Students and business leaders could network at the Mentor Network Program in late May.

Companies resist criminal liability law

Many firms still perceive the adoption of measures to prevent criminal prosecution as defined by the law only as further regulation, not a way to help them.13. Jun 2017, at 6:30

Companies discussed the approach to compliance programmes at the European Compliance Forum 2017 in Modra.

Foreigners in Slovakia also make a date with their citiesPhoto

Over 10,000 Slovaks and foreigners participated in the biggest volunteering event in central Europe.12. Jun 2017, at 13:03

Bratislava

State puts controversial IT project on ice

Authorities are starting to care more about the IT projects they commission but much still needs to be done in this field.7. Jun 2017, at 16:17

No upheaval in the Judicial Council

No significant changes expected after election of new members.1. Jun 2017, at 8:00

Some members of the Judicial Council will change.

Shared economy impacts housing offer

Certain regulation is necessary, but there is still discussion on how to do so.30. May 2017, at 6:30

Bratislava

Slovakia vies for medicines agency

What chances does the country have at winning the seat of the prestigious European Medicines Agency that needs to relocate from London?24. May 2017, at 16:00

Illustrative stock photo

Handicapped children want to feel equal

The unlimited and unselfish love children give you cannot be found anywhere else, says Zdenka Zámečníková, the chief nurse at the Home of Social Services (DSS) for Children and Adults in Galanta, when explaining the…17. May 2017, at 16:42

Fathers also take care of their children

The growing number of men in Slovakia stay home with their children. But are the current rules sufficient?12. May 2017, at 12:00

An increasing number of men are staying home with their children.

EU funds-related red tape will be reduced

The deputy prime minister for investments and informatisation improves the image of e-letterboxes; also by simplifying the process of submitting applications for EU money.11. May 2017, at 6:46

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