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Companies favour hiring temps

BETWEEN 5,000 and 10,000 workers in Slovakia are being hired out daily to firms by around 170 employment agencies, the Hospodárske noviny reported.

Companies see personnel leasing - the hiring of workers for a fixed period of time - to be a cost-effective and convenient way of operating. By using the services of employment agencies firms can take on workers according to their needs at any one time.

When firms need extra workers on a temporary basis, they can hire, and therefore pay them, only when they need to, Jaroslav Holeček of Volkswagen's personnel affairs management board.

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Developers in Bratislava withdraw applications for important investment statutes for their projects

J&T Real Estate and HB Reavis declare continuation in their projects without the statutes.

New development projects are going to change the skyline of Bratislava.

Blog: Environmental sustainability is the future for sustainability in business

A great example of how you can make a difference by sharing your passion with others: Ivana Maleš, co-founder of the Institute for Circular Economy, describes her journey from a blogger and promoter of the zero…

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PM Fico before Smer congress: I don’t want to run for president

At the party congress, vice-chairman of the ruling party, Marek Maďarič, has been replaced by Richard Raši. Otherwise, no major changes have taken place.

L-R: PM Robert Fico, outgoing Žilina governor adn Smer vice-chair Juraj Blanár, Culture Minister and resigned vice-chair Marke Maďarič, and his successor in party position, Košice Mayor Richard Raši at Decemebr 9 congress.

Four Slovak firms make it on the list of the fastest-growing IT technology companies

Deloitte has compiled the ranking of the companies for the EMEA region for the 17th time.

Four Slovak software companies made it to the Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 rankings for EMEA.