A study presented on Dec. 14 in the Social Ministry indicates that Estonian employers don’t realize the problems for their future business of an ageing population, reports Public Broadcasting. “A full 82 percent of employers haven’t evaluated risks in the company that accompany the fact that one day there won’t be any employees, or the majority of employees will be elderly. It is very surprising that although a lot has been talked about the subject, employees haven’t become aware of it,” said the ministry’s labor market department adviser Oie Jog...
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