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2 Living and working conditions Andreja Strmole – EURES adviser EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK, Slovenia

3 EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK, Bordering countries

4 EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK,

5 Full name: Republic of Slovenia Population: 2,010,377 Capital: Ljubljana (258,873) Area: 20,273 km² Official languages: Slovene; in nationally mixed areas also Hungarian and Italian Other languages: English, German, Croatian, Serbian Religion: Roman Catholic Climate: Alpine, Continental, Mediterranean EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK, Slovenia in brief -1

6 Currency: Euro since January 2007 Country Dialling Code: +386 EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS Ambulance: 112 Fire Service: 112 Police: 113 Road Assistance: June 1991: 25 June 1991: Slovenia declares its independence 1 May 2004: 1 May 2004: Slovenia becomes a member of the EU EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK, Slovenia in brief - 2

7 EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK, Janez Micka Slovenes often joke that everybody knows everybody in this country. Generally, Slovenes describe themselves as hard working, honest, a bit jealous, good singers who enjoy a good glass of wine, perhaps a bit on the melancholy side, and with a slight propensity for extremism.

8 EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK, Job Vacancies, January 2008 – August 2009

9 EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK, Registered Unemployment Figures

10 EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK, Increase in Unemployment Rate from 1st Quarter 08 to 1st Quarter 09

11 Employment of EU citizens 2008 EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK, State Number Bulgaria Romania Slovakia 696 Hungary 514 Poland 198 Italy 189 Other less than 100 All Source: Registration on health insurance

12 EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK, Shortages Computer and information technology experts Waiters Cooks Cleaners Medical doctors Protective services workers… Nureses, midwifes

13 EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK, Surpluses in Slovenia - Sociologists, anthropologists, philosophers… - Clerks (in posts, banks…) - Sewers and Sewing-machine operators (textiles, leather, fur etc.), - Doorkeepers, - Child-care workers - …

14 Slovenia does not apply any restrictions on the access to its labour market by citizens of the EU member countries and EEU countries. Free movement of workers EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK,

15 Entrance in Slovenia with a valid ID Within 3 days from arrival you have to register at the police station Within 3 months you should apply for a residence permit if you wish to stay in Slovenia. You will need: employment contract or enough resources for living health insurance evidence of impunity Registration procedure EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK,

16 Prices differ from location, size, age of real-estate, furnishment etc. Average rents in Ljubljana (capital) per month: studio 385 € studio 385 € 1 Bedroom apartment 450 € 1 Bedroom apartment 450 € 2 Bedroom apartment 608 € 2 Bedroom apartment 608 € 3 Bedroom apartment 945 € 3 Bedroom apartment 945 € Average rents in Maribor (second largest city) per month: studio 200 € studio 200 € 1 Bedroom apartment 250 € 1 Bedroom apartment 250 € 2 Bedroom apartment 350 € 2 Bedroom apartment 350 € 3 Bedroom apartment 450 € 3 Bedroom apartment 450 € Source: Accomodation EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK,

17 White bread 1 kg1,81 € Fresh milk 1 l0,73 € Patatoes 1 kg0,48 € Lettuce 1 kg1,73 € Women leather shoes 1 pair64,93 € Washing machine ( 5-7 kg )513,72 € Car Renault Clio11,349 € Premium unleaded gasoline 1 l1,169 € 0,1162 Electricity- day tariff 1 kwh0,1162 € Average costs : Average costs : some examples (March 2010) EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK,

18 Employment service of Slovenia – Eures mobility portal – Private employment agencies ( must be registered at the Ministry, free services for job seekers ) Newspapers, TV, radio (Delo, Večer, Primorske novice…) PROFIL STOLETJE ADECCO KADIS MOJE DELO ATAMA MANPOWER APEL OK CONSULTING Finding a job EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK,

19 DELO (daily news) VECER (daily news) DNEVNIK (daily news) PRIMORSKE NOVICE (daly news) DOLENJSKI LIST GORENJSKI GLAS (daly news) FINANCE (daily economy) Newspapers EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK,

20 Job vacancy is noticed Job application Interview Health certificate Employment contract (permanent, temporary) Tax and indentification number Social insurance within 8 days from the start of work (arranged by employer ) health insurance card Employment procedures EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK,

21 Minimum salary: 734,15 € gross 562,00 € net € net Average salary: 930,01 € net Salary supplement: food allowance : 3,65 € / day transport to work: employer refunds costs of public transport ( it depends on employer ) Social contributions: employer: 16,10% employee: 22,10% Taxes depend on salary ( %) Remuneration EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK,

22 Full time - 40 hours, but not less than 36 and more than 42 Extra hours – allowed up to 170 hours/year Night work- 10 p.m.- 6.a.m. Working time EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK,

23 At least 4 weeks ( full-time or part-time): 5 days/week - 20 days 6 days/week - 24 days You are entitled to annual leave after 6 months of work Annual leave EUROPEAN JOB FAIR - BIALYSTOK,

24 Thank you for your attention and wellcome to Slovenia


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