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President of Slovenian Court of Audit guest of the round-table conference titled Precarious work 360

Organised by the Faculty of Economics of the University of Ljubljana and the Institute for Precarious Work Studies, online conference Precarious work 360 was held on 18 May 2021, where several guests shared their views on the subject of precarious work and thereto related problems and solutions.

Within the conference, there were three round-table discussions taking place. The first session under the title Precarious work at the national level was participated by the representatives of relevant authorities respectively institutions: mag. Katja Rihtar Bajuk from the Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, Peter Svetina from the Human Rights Ombudsman of the Republic of Slovenia, mag. Nataša Bergelj from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Jakob Počivavšek from the Confederation of Trade Unions of Slovenia PERGAM, and Goran Lukić from the Counselling Office for Workers, as well as Tomaž Vesel, President of the Court of Audit.

Mr Vesel pointed out certain direct public finance consequences of precarious work which are problematic for the state in the long term. Nevertheless, negative impacts are felt also by individuals who find themselves is a difficult, unfavourable, often unbearable socio-economic situation due to precarious work. The Court of Audit thus introduced an audit to express an objective and independent view concerning the efficiency of regulating the field of precarious work, and to provide necessary recommendations.

At the conference was presented also a scientific journal with the title Precarious work studies: Interdisciplinary views, which comprises contributions from more than 70 professors, researchers and professional associates from the University of Ljubljana, the University of Maribor and the University of Primorska.

Participants of the round-table discussion titled Precarious work at the national level

Programme of the Precarious work 360 Conference (in Slovenian language)
Journal Precarious work studies: Interdisciplinary views (in Slovenian language)