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- Tiit Kuuli: state's best security guarantee is economic wellbeing Estonian Employers’ Confederation new head interviewedEconomyDuring his long career, construction company Oma Ehitaja chairman Tiit Kuuli has not been in media too often but now the post presents a responsibility. He remains modest however and says that in a representative body with 15 professional associations and 15 top managers featured, the role of an individual must not be exaggerated.
- Editorial: it always hurts to not be neededOpinionLayoffs are never pain free. Not even when realizing the forced situation of the employer. Not even when the labour market situation points to other options. With dozens and hundreds getting the notice at one sweep, the public rightfully asks why. Whoever works in a related field, will naturally be asking some questions...
- Editorial: the importance of landing softlyOpinionThe so-called golden handshakes and soft landings for long serving (executive) employees are often depicted in a negative context. Actually, what such customs or unwritten rules in working relationships really show is maturity of an organisation. In the sense of organisational culture, holding veteran employees in honour reflects values which are desired to be shown to those on the outside. Such organisations show themselves to be strong. Exactly the same goes for the state and the employer.
- Law amendment opens doors for qualified foreign workersEconomy
- VKG headed towards hefty yearly lossEconomySince spring no longer CEO of Estonian Railways due to private use of company fuel card, Ahti Asmann sits at helm of a leading private-capital-based chemical industry enterprise Viru Keemia Grupp (VKG). Kütusehindade madalseisu tõttu esimest korda kahjumisse langenud Ida-Virumaa suurimaid tööandjaid kavatseb siiski lähiajal kõik olulised töökohad säilitada, sest kokkuhoiu nimel tehtav vallandamine tooks kaasa ettevõtte sulgemise. Eesti Raudtee asjadest ei soovinud Asmann rääkida.
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- Shale oil producer VKG to slash hundreds of jobs, cut wagesEconomyViru Keemia Grupp (VKG), which said at the beginning of December it must scrap up to 200 jobs as a result of falling global oil prices and the high price it must pay Eesti Energia for oil shale, has now announced that the number of redundancies will be bigger and also the pay of some employees will be cut, the regional newspaper Pohjarannik said.
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- Editorial: hoist Estonian flag in mast of every vessel? Never!Opinion
- Editorial: the only constant is changeOpinionThose predicting labour market changes and deciding state orders to universities always seem to be preparing for the last war. Whatever the market needed yesterday, it may not need today; smaller yet the chance the need is there tomorrow. Still, this is an important question every spring as those about to graduate are thinking which sector would be their future.
- Raise or no raise, clerk and waitress hit the roadEconomy