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SEC supports SAE initiatives – Regulations needed to standardize work from home

At today’s meeting, which was held in Kruševac, Prof. Dr. Darija Kisić, Minister of Labor, Employment, Veterans and Social Affairs was elected the new Chairperson of the Social and Economic Council. On April 10th she will take over the function from the current chairman Miloš Nenezić, the President of the Serbian Association of Employers, and her mandate will last one year.

Three more initiatives of the Serbian Association of Employers

The initiative of the Serbian Association of Employers was submitted to adopt a quality framework for new forms of work that have become part of practice, such as work outside the employer's premises.Two initiatives of the Serbian Association of Employers concerning the field of sports and physical education were submitted to the Collegium of the Social and Economic Council, which indirectly but very significantly affect the general physical and mental health of the nation, and thus the business and work environment.

72% of companies paid full salaries to Covid-sick employees

In the comments on the current situation and the Serbian government's recommendation that companies pay 100% of their salaries to workers suffering from the Covid-19 virus, the vast majority of employers find it illogical to differentiate between workers with different diagnoses, some of which are far more serious than Covid-19. Despite this, as many as 81% of micro and small enterprises pay 100% compensation for sick pay due to Covid-19.

The initiative of the Serbian Association of Employers for the reform of the non-tax revenue system was adopted

According to the chairman of the Social and Economic Council of the Republic of Serbia and President of the Serbian Association of Employers, Miloš Nenezić, this topic is yet to be discussed not only at SES sessions, but also in talks with relevant ministries and local governments.

Reform of the Serbian education system is a priority of the Serbian Association of Employers in 2022.

The education system needs to be changed thoroughly, and in accordance with that the National Employment Service. The economy and society should make plans on changes of the schooling, or rather the education system and actively monitor and adapt to changes on the market.

Retaining the price of electricity until the middle of 2022 – the real news for the economy

Providing support to the conclusion of the Government of Serbia, which has provided significant backup to economic entities, the Serbian Association of Employers expects that in the future it will be included in negotiations on the price of electricty for enterprises. SAE believes that the Electric Power Industry of Serbia will adopt the recommendation of the Government, as well that in the future it will pursue a price policy towards the economy in consultation with the representative organization of employers, of course taking into account sustainable business of its company.
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Enabling Environment for Sustainable Enterprises in Serbia

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Coping with the Covid-19 Crisis – a New SAE survey

The research summarizes the key findings of the survey and proposes a series of recommendations based on the most urgent needs of the company.

Employers’ application for dual education (vocational education) programme must be made by the end of January 2021

Reform of the education system and promotion of the business environment is high on the agenda of the Serbian Association of Employers, and the reason for our participation in creating a dual education model, exclusively according to the needs of the economy.