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Institutions and organisations in the labour market

The Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family

The Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family


www.employment.gov.sk


Minister: Jozef Mihál



Central Office of Labour, Social Affair and Family (ÚPSVAR),


www.upsvar.sk


Employment Institute (IZ), www.iz.sk


– a non-profit organisation studying problems of employment and unemployment that undertakes research on the Slovak labour markets in areas such as regional differences and employees’ qualifications. The Employment Institute examines issues such as active labour market policies, lifelong learning, and prepares mid-term and long-term strategies and forecasts of labour market developments.



Central European Labour Studies Institute (CELSI)


www.celsi.sk


– a non-profit Bratislava-based research institute fostering multidisciplinary research about the labour market and its institutions, work and workplace organisations, business and society, and ethnicity and migration in society.


Topic: Career and HR


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