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Institutions and organisations of employees and employers in Slovakia

Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family (MPSVR)

Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family (MPSVR)


www.employment.gov.sk


Minister: Viera Tomanová



Labour, Social Affairs and Family Office (ÚPSVAR)


www.upsvar.sk


Director General: Ján Sihelský



Federation of Employers’ Associations of the Slovak Republic


(AZZZ)


www.azzz.sk


President: Tomáš Malatinský



National Union of Employers (RÚZ)


www.ruzsr.sk


President: Marián Jusko



Association of Personnel Agencies of Slovakia (APAS)


www.apas.sk


President: Ľuboš Sirota



Confederation of Trade Unions of the Slovak Republic (KOZ)


www.kozsr.sk


President: Miroslav Gazdík



Employment Institute


-NGO focused on studying problems of employment and


unemployment.


www.iz.sk


President: Viliam Páleník



Supported Employment Agency (APZ)


-NGO offering specific help to find employment for those in


need, especially the disabled.


www.apz.sk


Topic: Career and HR


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