08 September 2015
Slovenia ratifies the Promotional Framework for Occupational Safety and Health Convention, 2006 (No. 187) and the Night Work Convention, 1990 (No. 171)
12 February 2014
20 December 2013
This study explores various aspects of the inland navigation in the European region, addressing all the essential aspects in relation to the working and living conditions of the crews, including relevant laws and regulations, occupational safety and health, social security and enforcement, etc.
04 March 2013
Recovering from the crisis through social dialogue in the new EU Member States: the case of Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovenia
20 December 2012
This publication provides an analysis on the role social dialogue and tripartite institutions played in response to the recent global economic crisis in four Central and Eastern European countries, namely Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Slovenia and Poland.
19 November 2012
This paper examines the political economy of pension reforms in times of economic crisis and its impact on social dialogue and tripartite institutions in Slovenia.
Working Paper No. 39: "ILO survey on social dialogue and pension reform in times of crisis and beyond: Slovenia"
11 May 2012
This paper examines the political economy of pension reforms in times of economic crisis and its impact on social dialogue and tripartite institutions in Slovenia. The Slovenian economy was badly hit by the global economic and financial crisis of 2008-2009, which was the worst crisis experienced by the country since the break-up of the former Yugoslavia. This crisis, combined with the pressure of financial markets and international institutions forced the government to initiate several reforms, including changes to the pension system.
The political economy of pension reforms in times of global crisis: State unilateralism or social dialogue?
27 March 2012
This paper examines the political economy of pension reforms in times of economic crisis and its impact on social dialogue and tripartite institutions in ten countries.
19 December 2011
The paper reviews the performance of the current pension system during the period of the global economic crisis, and through comparative analysis provides possible solutions to the challenges which these countries are facing.
To support the process to develop policy and strategy for pension reform, the ILO, cooperation with the Institute of Labour and Social Studies of Poland, organized an Experts meeting on Pension Reform in Central and Eastern Europe in Warsaw in the period of the Polish Presidency of the Council of the EU.