The working-class history of the Republic of Slovenia

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ICFTU releases new report on Slovenia
ICFTU OnLine…, 098/140502/JL, 14 May 2002. With collective bargaining and freedom of association generally protected, Slovenia is a good example of the contribution trade unions can make to social stability and economic growth. Slovenia continues to suffer from gender pay discrimination and the scourge of trafficking women for the purposes of prostitution.
Textile & Leather Industries to raise wages, 3 September 2004. Around 10,000 workers of the 25,000 employed in the sector are expected to get the higher, SIT 5,500 raise as many big companies operated successfully last year.