Recent news

Latest items of recent news relevant to Slovenia as reported in our fortnightly newswire ‘Dernières nouvelles’.

Slovenia: Minimum monthly wage to be increased in 2020

The gross minimum monthly wage will rise next year from €886 …

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Slovenia: In Q2 2019 a person in paid employment worked on average more hours than Q2 2018

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Slovenia: Average gross monthly earnings for Q2 2019 & July 2019

Q2 2019 saw annual average gross monthly earnings rise by 4 …

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Slovenia: Average gross earnings for June 2019 0.6% lower than gross earnings for May 2019

Over the year to June 2019, average gross pay for the economy as a whole increased by 3 …

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Slovenia: 8.1% annual increase in the labour costs per hour worked in Q1 2019

Over the year to Q1 2019, labour costs per hour worked in Slovenia increased on average by 8 …

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Slovenia/Croatia: Slovenian Prime Minister threatened to block Croatia’s Schengen zone entry

The Slovenian Prime Minister has threatened to block Croatia’s final approval to join the Schengen zone unless there is agreement over a long-standing and petty border dispute …

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Slovenia: Parental Protection and Family Benefits Act amended

The National Assembly has amended the Parental Protection and Family Benefits Act. With effect from May 12th 2018 working fathers will be entitled to 30 days paid paternity leave.  For the leave to be triggered 15 days must be used within the first 6 months following childbirth and the rest may then be used at any time before the child completes first grade of elementary school. Special arrangements will be in place for fathers with children under 3 years on the day this change comes into force – with entitlements varying according to the amount of paid and unpaid leave they have taken prior to this new entitlement becoming available. All applications for payment must be made through the state social work Centre.

Slovenia: Public holidays changed

After suspending January 2nd as a non-working public holiday for the last 4 years the government has now reinstated it for 2018 …

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Slovenia: Average gross monthly pay for July 2017

Average gross monthly pay in the private sector rose over the year to July 2017 by 2 …

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Slovenia: Average gross monthly earnings for Q1 2017

Over the year to Q1 2017 average gross monthly earnings in Slovenia grew by 2 …

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Slovak Republic: Amendments to New EU Intra-Corporate Transfer Permit

New rules have been introduced to assist multinational companies undertake intra-company transfers (ICT) of non-EEA nationals …

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Slovenia: Average gross monthly earnings over the year to March 2017

Average gross monthly earnings in the private sector grew over the year to March 2017 by 2 …

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Slovenia: Young workers

The Slovenian government has established a new EU ‘Guarantees for Youth Scheme’ with an annual spend of around 70m euros ($US 79M) over the period 2016 to 2020 …

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Slovenia: Increase in gross monthly wages

Average gross monthly wages in Slovenia grew by 3 …

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Slovenia: Changes to definition of minimum wage

An amendment to Slovenia’s Law on Minimum Wage will change the definition of the minimum wage as of January 1st 2016 …

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