Spectator on facebook

Spectator on facebook

Reader feedback: Train to match skills

Re: Auto giants fight to hire, Volume 11, Number 15, April 18 - April 24, 2005

What we need to do is to somehow train the enormous pool of unskilled labour in Slovakia. There is so much potential out there just wasting away, while companies are desperate to hire.

This is particularly the case in Trnava, with its enormous unemployment rate and, ironically, numerous employers supposedly having trouble to find people. It is all because the skills don't match the employers' needs.

Ivan Kirinovic,
Trnava, Slovakia

Top stories

UPDATED: Enough of Smer, people chanted in streets Photo

The resignation of the government is not enough. The crowd called for early elections.

Media are the ultimate frontiers in defending freedom in society today

Miklós Haraszti’s keynote speech at the Budapest award ceremony of the European Press Prize, March 14, 2018.

Fico is going. So why does the crisis continue?

These 10 answers will help you understand why the coalition’s decision to rebuild the government from scratch does not satisfy the critics and protesting masses.

Most-Híd chair Béla Bugár comes to the Government Office, March 13.

Peter Pellegrini to become new prime minister. Who is he? Photo

After two weeks of political crisis, Slovakia will have a new prime minister. Pellegrini came of age in Smer.

Peter Pellegrini (l), authorised to form a new government, and President Andrej Kiska (r)