Slovenia - Efforts to resume social dialogue - August 31, 2016

The Economic and Social Forum is meeting in a bid to resume social dialogue after employer associations have opted for a boycott over what they see as a faulty legislative process. Social dialogue will be the only item on the agenda. The meeting comes after the Employers' Association and the Chamber of Commerce announced in June they would not attend council sessions because social partners were excluded from the preparation of healthcare legislation. Trade unions are also unhappy with the state of social dialogue and have urged the government to demonstrate through action that social dialogue is one of its priorities.


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