Employment

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Thursday, 19.04.2018, 19:59

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Maxima, Latvijas Dzelzcels and Rimi are Latvia’s largest employers

Maxima, Latvijas Dzelzcels and Rimi are Latvia’s largest employers

19.04.2018

Latvijas Dzelzcels state-owned railway company, and Maxima and Rimi retailers were the largest employers in Latvia, writes LETA. according to the State Revenue Service.

Keyword tags: Employment, Financial Services, Latvia, Markets and Companies, Taxation



ABLV Bank to fire 250 employees in April

ABLV Bank to fire 250 employees in April

16.04.2018

Latvia’s ABLV Bank whose shareholders made a decision on voluntary liquidation, will fire 250 employees in April, said ABLV group’s spokesman Arturs Eglitis, reports LETA.

43% entrepreneurs in Latvia have been affected by labor shortages in 2017

43% entrepreneurs in Latvia have been affected by labor shortages in 2017

13.04.2018

As many as 43% of entrepreneurs in Latvia admit they have been affected by labor shortages over the past year, which is an increase by 4% percentage points from the summer of 2017, Citadele Bank’s spokeswoman Baiba Abelniece told LETA, citing the latest Citadele Index.


Estonian government okays bill for increasing work-related immigration

Estonian government okays bill for increasing work-related immigration

12.04.2018

The Estonian government at a sitting on April 12th gave its nod to a bill to amend the Aliens Act which would exempt top-level specialists from the immigration quota and extend the maximum term of short-term employment to 12 months, while leaving the immigration quota unchanged, informs LETA/BNS.

Promises at job interview don't match reality in 72% cases in Latvia

Promises at job interview don't match reality in 72% cases in Latvia

11.04.2018

In a survey carried out by the jobs portal cvmarket.lv, 72% of respondents in Latvia complained that the promises made by employers at the job interview didn't match the reality after they started working, informs LETA.


11.04.2018

Registered unemployment in Latvia down to 7% in March

In March 2018, Latvia's registered unemployment rate was down to 7%, decreasing by 0.1%age point from February, writes LETA, according to the information released by the State Employment Agency.

10.04.2018

Estonia's registered unemployment grew by 2.6% in March

The number of registered unemployed in Estonia stood at 33,268 at the end of March, marking an increase of 2.6% compared with the same period last year, and made up 5.1 of the total number of workforce from age 16 to retirement age, which is 0.1 percentage points more than in March 2017, informs LETA/BNS.

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