Radka Minarechová

Radka Minarechová

About author

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.

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The state should approach this sector more systematically, the representatives of the sector opine. 16. nov16. Nov 2020, at 6:30
The 30-kilometre stretch of the long-awaited Bratislava ring road was recently opened.
The previous management of the Transport Ministry failed to remedy many deficiencies. Observers hope the current one will fare better. 5. okt5. Oct 2020, at 6:30
Finding a new home in Slovakia. 3. okt3. Oct 2020, at 12:40
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The largest distributor terminated its activities before the summer. 10. sep10. Sep 2020, at 17:23
Fulbright Program brings together people from various backgrounds.
Lýdia Tobiášová, executive director of the Fulbright Commission in Slovakia, talks about her experience with the programme and how it can enrich one’s life. 27. aug27. Aug 2020, at 7:00
More than 600 companies in Slovakia have German shareholders
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German investors also have a significant presence in the energy and food-making sector, among others. 21. júl21. Jul 2020, at 12:45
Tatiana Orglerová
Tatiana Orglerová from Knauf Insulation describes what she sees in HR and how she helped build the community in Slovakia. 16. júl16. Jul 2020, at 6:35
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These were the trends of the Slovak labour market in the past year. 1. júl1. Jul 2020, at 6:30
HR Inspiration winners from Poštová Banka.
New award is aimed at appreciating innovative solutions. 29. jún29. Jun 2020, at 14:38
One of recent social innovations supported by the Pontis Foundation: the Budúcnosť Inak (Future Differently) project.
The results of the recent Focus poll for the Pontis Foundation were impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. 25. jún25. Jun 2020, at 23:42
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Several measures have been adopted to mitigate the impacts of the coronavirus outbreak. 14. máj14. May 2020, at 17:00
Martin Sedlacký (r) feels very honoured and glad that people in Slovakia know about the activities of expats abroad.
Martin Sedlacký recently received the Goodwill Envoy award for spreading the good name of Slovakia abroad. 4. máj4. May 2020, at 6:30
The first issue of The Slovak Spectator.
Four founders of The Slovak Spectator recall the early days of the newspaper. 24. apr24. Apr 2020, at 7:00
Some went out of business, some are reducing salaries. Will the media need state help to keep going? 23. apr23. Apr 2020, at 17:53
New payment methods are popular in Slovakia.
What comes after mobile phone and smart watch payments? Banks have more solutions in the pipeline. 23. mar23. Mar 2020, at 15:13
Štefan Ílleš, former mayor of the village of Hodejov, remains the highest-ranked politician sentenced for corruption in the years 2014-2017.
Slovakia struggles with lack of trust in institutions and weak protection of whistleblowers. 5. mar5. Mar 2020, at 7:00
The representatives of parties that will sit in the parliament. L-r: Veronika Remišová (Za Ľudí), Richard Sulík (SaS), Martin Beluský (ĽSNS), Boris Kollár (Sme Rodina), Juraj Blanár (Smer), and Igor Matovič (OĽaNO).
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Authenticity may have been key, experts say. 1. mar1. Mar 2020, at 13:17
Igor Matovič, leader of OĽaNO
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The result is a debacle for the ruling coalition, liberals from PS/Spolu left out in the cold. 29. feb29. Feb 2020, at 23:38
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Slovakia’s ethnic Hungarian minority has a reputation for political moderation. As an election looms and Viktor Orbán ramps up his influence from across the border, is that about to change? 12. feb12. Feb 2020, at 8:00
Changes are still needed, employers and BSC representatives agree.
Despite some improvements in labour legislation, BSCs and employers call for a new law that would reflect current labour market trends. 5. feb5. Feb 2020, at 6:30