MINISTER OF LABOUR, SOCIAL AFFAIRS AND FAMILY

Jozef Mihál

JOZEF Mihál will lead the Labour, Social Affairs and Family Ministry for the new government. Mihál was born on March 18, 1965 in Bratislava. After his graduation from the school of mathematics and physics of Charles University in Prague he worked as an analyst with Aurus company. In 2005 and 2006 he served as an external adviser to the health minister for reform of the law on health insurance.

Jozef MihálJozef Mihál (Source: TASR)

JOZEF Mihál will lead the Labour, Social Affairs and Family Ministry for the new government. Mihál was born on March 18, 1965 in Bratislava. After his graduation from the school of mathematics and physics of Charles University in Prague he worked as an analyst with Aurus company. In 2005 and 2006 he served as an external adviser to the health minister for reform of the law on health insurance.

Since 2007 he has owned the Relia company which specialises in providing economic advisory services for companies. He also lectures and publishes texts on the topics of wage accounting, taxes and payroll taxes.

Mihál is a deputy chairman of Freedom and Solidarity party (SaS) and was elected an MP from that party in the 2010 election and subsequently was appointed as labour minister.

Jozef Mihál is married with three children.

Source: SITA

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