Skip to content

Selected news

minimalna cena rada 2021 Vlada Srbije - tanjug - Unija poslodavaca Srbije

Compromise is realistic, additional measures needed

The minimum price of labor in 2021 will be 6.6% higher. The important news for employers is that, reciprocally to increasing the minimum price of labor, the non-taxable part of wages will also increase.

The Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on the Enterprises in Serbia: SAE Survey

This is one of the findings of the survey conducted by the Serbian Association of Employers (SAE), with the technical support of the International Labour Organization (ILO) and in partnership with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

The year of solidarity and cooperation

The Government of the Republic of Serbia has declared 2020
Unija poslodavaca Srbije

How to overcome the economic crisis – the Serbian Association of Employers and the ILO offer a path to solutions

Dear employers,Aware of the unprecedented situation in the country and

“New normal” – what is happening and how to build a more humane society for all of us?

An international digital conference was held on May 20, 2020,

Joint Statement on the COVID-19 Pandemic by International Organization of Employers and International Trade Union Confederation

The Joint Statement on the COVID-19 Pandemic by International Organization

Research on the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Dear employers, We are conducting a research on the impact
Na 19. skupštini UPS

SAE celebrates 25th Anniversary at the 19th session of the Assembly

At SAE’s 19th session of the Assembly, held on October