RIGA - To tackle the problem of employees leaving for greener pastures abroad, Latvia and Estonia have opened their doors to foreign workers from Bulgaria and Romania. Meanwhile, politicians, think tanks, and employers are debating whether it may be better to bring in workers from former Soviet states. Throughout the region, the issue of how to prevent workers from leaving, how to bring them back, and how to fill the positions left vacant is becoming more urgent.In Latvia, the problem is beginning to receive attention from the government and the business community. Human resource developme...
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