TALLINN - The Estonian Ministry of Social Affairs has forwarded to partners a package of proposals to create a more flexible system of benefits to take into account changes in the labor market and labor relationships, see to better coping on the part of the unemployed and their reintegration into the workplace.
Minister of Social Affairs Tanel Kiik said the state must take into account how modern life and work patterns have changed, and how people now require different forms of help.
For example, currently, if a person is employed in several...
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