Jobseekers cannot stand the question about their future plans.
The number of job applicants for these jobs has dropped by 58 percent.
Current policies only partially solve problems, observer says.
New measures introduced within the Labour Code amendment are expected to be employee-friendly, but observers question their impact.
Lowest wage impacts the population and firms differently.
Despite positive changes, employers still point to some barriers preventing more effective and simpler recruitment of foreign workers.
A new Slovak start-up offers an innovation in the interview process.
Young people can have a big chance of becoming rich in Slovakia, regardless of their parents' status.
The Labour Ministry introduced a list of job positions in short supply which should become subject to a shorter recruitment process: from six to three months.
HR experts agree that Slovak companies will struggle with the lack of qualified workers and high number of vacancies.
Experts find a way out by reshaping the education scheme.
The search is underway for talent to fill jobs that do not even exist today.
Lack of qualified labour drives up wages.
Older people can bring added value to a job.
A poll finds that the number of people dissatisfied with their jobs has been increasing, often quitting and finding new work.
This year respondents changed priorities when choosing the most attractive employers.