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Slovenia. Living and working conditions Andreja Strmole – EURES adviser [email protected] Bordering countries. Slovenia in brief -1. Full name: Republic of Slovenia Population: 2,010,377 Capital: Ljubljana (258,873) Area: 20,273 km²

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Slovenia

Slovenia

Living and working conditions

Andreja Strmole – EURES adviser

[email protected]


Bordering countries

Bordering countries


Slovenia in brief 1

Slovenia in brief -1

  • 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


Slovenia in brief 2

Slovenia in brief - 2

  • Currency: Euro since January 2007

  • Country Dialling Code: +386

  • EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS Ambulance: 112

    Fire Service: 112

    Police: 113

    Road Assistance: 1987

  • 25 June 1991: Slovenia declares its independence

  • 1 May 2004: Slovenia becomes a member of the EU


Slovenia

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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.


Job vacancies january 2008 august 2009

Job Vacancies, January 2008 – August 2009


Registered unemployment figures

Registered Unemployment Figures


Increase in unemployment rate from 1st quarter 08 to 1st quarter 09

Increase in Unemployment Rate from 1st Quarter 08 to 1st Quarter 09


Employment of eu citizens 2008

Employment of EU citizens 2008

State Number

Bulgaria 2.962

Romania 1.112

Slovakia 696

Hungary 514

Poland 198

Italy 189

Other less than 100

All 6.038

Source: Registration on health insurance


Shortages

Shortages

Computer and information technology experts

Waiters

Cooks

Cleaners

Medical doctors

Protective services workers…

Nureses, midwifes


Surpluses in slovenia

Surpluses in Slovenia

  • - Sociologists, anthropologists, philosophers…

  • - Clerks (in posts, banks…)

  • Sewers and Sewing-machine operators (textiles, leather, fur etc.),

  • Doorkeepers,

  • Child-care workers


Free movement of workers

Free movement of workers

Slovenia does not apply any restrictions on the access to its labour market by citizens of the

EU member countries and

EEU countries.


Registration procedure

Registration procedure

  • 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


Accomodation

Accomodation

  • Prices differ from location, size, age of real-estate, furnishment etc.

  • Average rents in Ljubljana (capital)per month:

    • studio 385 €

    • 1 Bedroom apartment450 €

    • 2 Bedroom apartment608 €

    • 3 Bedroom apartment945 €

  • Average rents in Maribor (second largest city) per month:

    • studio 200 €

    • 1 Bedroom apartment 250 €

    • 2 Bedroom apartment 350 €

    • 3 Bedroom apartment450 €

  • Source: www.slonep.net


Average costs some examples march 2010

Average costs : some examples (March 2010)

  • 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 €

  • Electricity- day tariff 1 kwh0,1162 €


Finding a job

Finding a job

  • Employment service of Slovenia – http://www.ess.gov.si

  • Eures mobility portal – http://eures.europa.eu

  • Private employment agencies ( must be registered at the Ministry, free services for job seekers )

  • Newspapers, TV, radio (Delo, Večer, Primorske novice…)

  • PROFIL www.profil.si

  • STOLETJE www.stoletje.com/borzadela/

  • ADECCO www.adecco.si

  • KADIS www.kadis.si

  • MOJE DELO www.mojedelo.si

  • ATAMA www.atama.si

  • MANPOWER APEL www.manpower.si

  • OK CONSULTING www.okconsulting.si


N ewspapers

Newspapers

  • DELO (daily news) www.delo.si

  • VECER (daily news) www.vecer.si

  • DNEVNIK (daily news) www.dnevnik.si

  • PRIMORSKE NOVICE (daly news) www.primorske.si

  • DOLENJSKI LIST www.dolenjskilist.si

  • GORENJSKI GLAS (daly news) www.gorenjskiglas.si

  • FINANCE (daily economy) www.finance.si


Employment procedures

Employment procedures

  • 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


Remuneration

Remuneration

  • Minimum salary: 734,15 € gross

    562,00 € 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 (16 - 41 %)


Working time

Working time

  • 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.


Annual leave

Annual leave

  • 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


Thank you for your attention and wellcome to slovenia

Thank you for your attention and wellcome to Slovenia


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