Employment

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Saturday, 23.03.2019, 03:06

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Finnish postal co to cut jobs, relocate some to Tallinn

Finnish postal co to cut jobs, relocate some to Tallinn

21.03.2019

The Finnish postal service company Posti announced on Thursday that it is set to make 59 workers redundant instead of the earlier announced number of 106 and will relocate some jobs out of Finland, including to Tallinn, informed LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Employment, Estonia, Markets and Companies, Post Office



Study: No of top specialists grown 44% in Estonia compared with 2007

Study: No of top specialists grown 44% in Estonia compared with 2007

20.03.2019

Estonian labor market is going through major changes and the number of top-level specialists has grown 44% over the past ten years, it appears from an analysis carried out by the employer marketing agency Brandem citing LETA/BNS.

In 2018, number of job vacancies in Latvia rose by 5.7 thousand or 33.4%

In 2018, number of job vacancies in Latvia rose by 5.7 thousand or 33.4%

18.03.2019

Data of Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that in 2018 there were 22.7 thousand job vacancies in Latvia, which is 5.7 thousand vacancies or 33.4 % more than in 2017.


Vilnius-based EIGE unfairly underpaid temporary staff

Vilnius-based EIGE unfairly underpaid temporary staff

12.03.2019

The Vilnius-based European Institute for Gender Equality unfairly underpaid temporary staff, a Lithuanian court has ruled, informed LETA/BNS.

The number of job vacancies in Estonia remains over 10,000

The number of job vacancies in Estonia remains over 10,000

11.03.2019

According to Statistics Estonia, in the 4th quarter of 2018, there were approximately 10,500 job vacancies in the enterprises, institutions and organisations of Estonia. The number of job vacancies has exceeded 10,000 since the 1st quarter of 2017.


11.03.2019

31% of Latvians plan to keep working in old age just for fun

In Latvia, 31 % of people plan to keep working in old age just for fun, shows a Swedbank survey on people’s outlook on their financial situation in old age.

11.03.2019

Latvian unemployment stays at 6.7% in late February

At the end of February, the unemployment rate in Latvia remained unchanged from the end of January, at 6.7% of the economically active population, LETA was told at the State Employment Agency.

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