Skledar, Štefan and Javornik, Jana
Part-time work in focus.
Eironline: European Industrial Relations Observatory On-Line
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In 2003, new regulations on part-time work came into force in Slovenia. While these do not differ substantially in their content from the previous rules, they are now set out in a more clear and precise way. Part-time work remains relatively uncommon in Slovenia, affecting only around 6% of those in employment, compared with around 18% in the current EU. Women's part-time work is somewhat higher at around 8%, but this is even further below the EU figure of around one third. A key reason for the low level of part-time work among both women and men is that a full-time income is generally needed to achieve a decent standard of living.
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