A study carried out for the third time among European Union and OECD members states has shown that of the three Baltic States, Estonia remains in the worst position in terms of the Employment Flexibility Index (EFI) – a position it has held for several years. However, economic experts feel that the solutions being implemented during the coronavirus crisis will make improvements in both employment flexibility and worker protection possible.
Estonian Business School (EBS) researcher Annika Kaabel, the Estonian representative in the group that conducted the study, says...
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