Slovenia - Report on active labour market policy - November 30, 2016

The OECD is preparing a series of country reports, Connecting People with Jobs, which provides an assessment activation policies to encourage greater labour market participation. This country report (the second in the series) focuses on four groups: long-term unemployed, low-skilled workers, older workers and displaced workers. The global financial crisis has hit hard and resulted in a high level of long-term unemployment, low rates of employment for some groups such as those who are older or low-skilled and poor reemployment chances for workers who have been made redundant. The report includes a section with a polemic on the effects and impact of the minimum wage on the structure of earnings.

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