May 25th, 2023|Categories: Companies, Employees|
Employee turnover is something that every company commonly encounters. Depending on many factors such as the sector, the type of work and especially the working conditions, it can be lower or higher. Fluctuation can be healthy or unhealthy. The success or failure of a business depends largely on which one it is.
October 26th, 2022|Categories: Work environment, Legal advice, Employees, Clients, Companies|
Burnout is affecting more and more people. The reason is the current fast pace of life, high demands or the desire for perfectionism and self-fulfilment. But there is a solution to this problem and ways to prevent it.
November 26th, 2020|Categories: Companies, Employees|Tags: You will know from the newsletter|
Do you want to increase employee satisfaction and productivity? Offer flexibility in the workplace.
November 5th, 2020|Categories: Companies, Employees|
Whether you’re negotiating a salary in a new job, asking for a raise or negotiating a business deal, negotiating is a skill every professional needs – but it’s not as easy as it sounds.
September 24th, 2020|Categories: Companies, Employees|
Unlimited free time, flexible working hours, free refreshments and lunches…simply everything for free. This was what employers thought the younger generations wanted. Many employers almost provided it. However with the development of the economy and the entry of the young generation into the labor sector, priorities have changed.
March 5th, 2020|Categories: Companies, Employees|
Prevention has its place in many areas of our lives. The employer is obliged to apply general prevention principles to ensure safety and health at work place, including information, education, work and resources organization. Zobraziť viac
November 13th, 2019|Categories: Companies, Labour market, Employees|
One of the most serious, not so popular problems of today is the aging population. Within the European Union, problematic indicators on birth rate are recorded, which raises the future of the workforce not only in our country.
October 22nd, 2019|Categories: Companies, Labour market, Employees|
Labour mobility is one of the underlying causes of structural unemployment, which can signal a high number of unfilled jobs at a time when there are a large number of unemployed workers. However, high unemployment rates can generally have a negative effect on labour mobility, as people become more worried and insecure about finding a
October 16th, 2019|Categories: Companies, Labour market, Employees|
ISSUE 1: Insufficient qualifications This workforce is more cost-effective, but is it also sufficiently skilled?
October 16th, 2019|Categories: Companies, Employees|
The demographics and age structure of the populations of countries such as Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria, Poland and Hungary – countries whose inhabitants often migrate to Western Europe for work – show clear demographic characteristics. Most of the population in the countries in question is in the 35-44 age range, which is considered to be one