Наемането на работници от трети страни в България – все още неразработена ниша


Most Bulgarian companies don't have a lot of experience in hiring foreigners, but those who have done it are happy with their employees, shows a study of the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, made in the framework of project ERIAS – Plan for the Integration…

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The Employment Agency explores the business’s need for staff


From August 1st to September 20th, The Employment Agency is conducting a study of the employers' labor needs in Bulgaria. It is the fourth survey by the Agency, in which more than 2,500 employers in the country share their needs for personnel and…

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Serious shortage of staff in the labor market in Romania


For the current year the Romanian government has determined a quota of 20 000 workers from countries outside the EU, who will be able to get a work permit for Romania. However, according to employers, this quota is not nearly enough.

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More and more people are looking for a career in the IT sector in Bulgaria


The highest average salary in Bulgaria is in the Information Technologies & Telecommunications sector – BGN 2930, according to the National Statistical Institute. It is more than twice as big as the average salary for the country, which is BGN 1208.

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Bulgarians and Romanians prefer to work full time


Only 2% of the population between 20-64 years old in Bulgaria is working part-time, while the indicator for Romania is 6%.

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The summer course for Business Romanian for beginners begins on the 1st of July


The summer course for Business Romanian for beginners, organized by the Center for Vocational Education to the Bulgarian-Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, begins on the 1st of July. It will take place in the hall at 12-14 Voyvodova str.

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The Bulgarian Employment Agency recorded the lowest unemployment level in history


In May, the recorded unemployment reached its lowest level since the establishment of the Employment Agency. The recorded value of 5.3% marks a decrease on a monthly and annual basis respectively with 0.3 and 0.8 percent.

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2030 foreigners want to work in Bulgaria during the summer


2030 foreign citizens want to work as seasonal employees in Bulgaria, according to the Minister of Labour and Social Policy, Biser Petkov. This is possible due to an agreement between Bulgaria and Moldova, which entered into force on March 14th.

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Bulgarians and Romanians are looking for more and more opportunities for increasing their professional qualification


It turns out, that training on the work place is very important for both Bulgarians and Romanians. This is shown by the results of two independent researches, conducted among citizens of both countries.

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Business Romanian language course for beginners


The Center for Vocational Training to Bulgarian-Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is organizing a Business Romanian Language Course for beginners. Registration deadline - May 23rd, 2019 (or until the group is filled) on the phone: +359 82 507…

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The hiring of foreign personnel and posting of employees abroad were discussed in an information meeting in Ruse


The third info session of the VISA Agency for cross border labour mobility, part of the Bulgarian-Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry took place on April 11th in Ruse, Bulgaria. The event “Labour mobility through the boarder” gathered nearly 60 representatives of…

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"Career days 2019" in the Ruse university


Ruse University's Business and Management faculty and the Ruse Chamber of Commerce and Industry are organizing a meeting with employers during „Career Days 2019“. The event will take place on April 09, 2019 (Tuesday) from 10 AM to 2 PM in Building 2 - Hall 2.101…

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The registration for the „Cross-Border Labour Mobility" event is open


Important answers to hard questions about cross-border hiring and posting of employees will be given by experts during the information meeting, organized by Visa Agency to the Bulgarian-Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry on April 11th in hotel Cosmopolitan…

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Unemployment in Romania with the lowest level since the last two decades


Romania's unemployment rate in February dropped to 3.8%, according to data from the Romanian National Statistical Institute, as cited by Business Review. That's the lowest levels since more than two decades ago, according to statistics by the International Labour Organization…

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Important answers to hard questions about cross-border hiring and posting of employees


Cross-border labour mobility will be the topic of an information meeting, organized by VISA Agency to Bulgarian-Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The event is aimed at employers, who have business in Romania or plan to enter the Romanian market. The discussed…

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VISA Agency with an information event in the "Dimitar A. Tsenov" Academy of Economics


The representatives of Bulgarian-Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry were met with a room full of students and teachers in the "Dimitar A. Tsenov" Academy of Economics as they carried out an information event on cross-border labor mobility issues.

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Job vacancies in Romania with a slight increase in 2018


According to data from the Romanian National Statistical Institute, job vacancies in Romania have increased by 0.07% in the last quarter of 2018 in comparison to the same period in 2017. The increase is by 4 147 on an annual basis and has reached 58 810 at the end of…

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One in five Romanians seek new career in 2019


Two out of five Romanian employees are dissatisfied with their current professional situation and consider a job change in 2019, and one in five even thinks of a career change.

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Moderate expectations among Bulgarian and Romanian employers for increased employment


Approximately 78% of the surveyed Bulgarian employers and 70% of the Romanian employers express moderate expectations in their plans to hire new workers in their companies early in 2019.

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The minimum salary in Romania increases from the beginning of 2019


At a meeting on December 7th, the Romanian government approved an increase in the country’s minimum gross salary. The current minimum salary is RON 1900 (around EUR 408) and from January 1st, 2019, it will be RON 2080 (approximately EUR 447).

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