Employers: Slovakia’s legislation chaos is the worst since 1993

Businesses have sent 20 recommendations to politicians.

A group of 13 business organisations and chambers of commerce put together 20 recommendations for politicians in Slovakia in mid-November

A group of 13 business organisations and chambers of commerce put together 20 recommendations for politicians in Slovakia in mid-November (Source: Sme)

To ensure Slovakia’s competitiveness in these times of global economic cool-down, a group of 13 business organisations and chambers of commerce put together 20 commandments.

One half concerns a fair and stable business environment, the other half puts a spotlight on how to make Slovakia a country of talents.

Employers feel that Slovakia has started lagging behind neighbouring countries, whether it is in innovation or R&D. They also say that legislation has become completely unpredictable.

“The state we are in is unprecedented since 1993,” said Rastislav Machunka of the Federation of Employers’ Associations of the Slovak Republic (AZZZ SR), as quoted by the Denník N daily on November 26.

The organisations sent their recommendations to politicians in mid-November.

Negative impact on businesses

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