The reported unemployment rate in the Žilina region is 6 percent, which is below the average for Slovakia. We assumed it would be easy to locate workers willing to be interviewed. We were wrong. As a result, we compiled this report out of three interviews with employees of three different companies based in this region.
“People can’t just pack their things and go work in Bratislava: home is home.”
Volkswagen employees in Devínska Nová Ves are demanding a 16 per cent salary increase or longer breaks.
People are afraid to say what they think at work.
What are Slovak workers in the UK anticipating regarding their employment after Brexit?
Corruption could not have inspired more people to take to the streets.
Should Slovakia continue in this direction, it would only result in precarization of the work of employees and citizens.