The Slovak Spectator proudly presents the 17th edition of its annual publication about recent developments in the Slovak labour market, the Career & Employment Guide 2016. The English-language guide is a source of useful contacts and up-to-date content not only for managers or employers, but also for employees and all general readers who want to learn more about the Slovak HR and education sector.
The 60-page Career & Employment Guide 2016 maps out clearly the most important aspects of the Slovak labour market as well as the challenges arising in 2016. In addition to recent changes in the Labour Code, the publication provides information on developments in unemployment, labour productivity and wages. Attention is also given to regional differences in relation to the labour market and on examining the non-wage benefits of employees. In addition, the guide keeps up with the latest trends, such as headhunting via social networks, and offers reviews of the most important surveys concerning the labour market in Slovakia.
The Career & Employment Guide 2016 traditionally includes a full list of updated contacts for major firms and institutions in human resources, training, education and consulting. It also carries extensive information about job portals, job fairs and HR conferences. We tell you ‘Who’s who’ in Slovakia’s HR sector, providing details of the top representatives of HR departments of key companies operating in Slovakia, as well as key professionals at the HR companies themselves.
The Career & Employment Guide 2016 is available for purchase via our Online Shop or in the reception of Petit Press at Lazaretská 12 in Bratislava. You can also buy it at selected newsstands and shops throughout Slovakia which sell foreign-language publications.
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