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Psychopathic bosses and rude colleagues, the most frightening reasons why Romanian employees would look for another job


Romanian employees were asked by eJobs which are the most frightening things about their jobs, and 42% of them believe that ‘a psychopathic boss’ is the most frightening thing at the workplace and the reason for looking for a new ...

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SANITAS trade unionists follow suit Cartel Alfa, announce street protests in October

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Sanitas Federation trade unionists are getting ready for protests and a large-scale rally on October 19, dissatisfied by the limitation of bonuses and by the proposal to transfer contributions from the employer to the employee. Their announcement comes one day ...

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Romania, EU leader in labour costs increase in Q2


The hourly cost of labour in Romania registered the highest growth rate among the EU Member States in the second quarter 2016 as compared to the same period in 2015, according to data released on Friday by the European Statistics ...

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Budget rectification in sight, Finances to get highest amounts. Fin Min criticizes the Ministry of Transport


The Finances, Labour and Interior ministries are among the budget rectification winners, while the Transports and Healthcare will see their budgets cut, according to the Ordinance draft law regarding the budget rectification published on the Public Finances Ministry (MFP) website. ...

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Conservatives win majority

Cameron visit to the Gulf States

David Cameron has returned to Downing Street with the Tories having defied polls and won the general election. The Conservatives made gains in England and Wales and are forecast by the BBC to secure 331 seats in the Commons, giving ...

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Shadow economy, access to finance and electricity remain key hurdles for transition countries – EBRD analysis reads

The EBRD's 2011 Annual Meeting in Astana, Kazakhstan, 20-21 May 2011

Competition from the shadow economy as well as access to finance and electricity remain the biggest challenges to doing business in emerging markets where the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development invests, according to new analysis by the EBRD released ...

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