Survey: Managers Call In Sick Less Often Than Manual Workers. Most Absenteeism Reported in Construction and Automotive Industries

A recently published 2018 study from PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) shows that job position and motivation are directly linked to the number of absences per year, and describes the different factors involved in how each industry is affected by morbidity (the rate of disease in a population). Photo: Stock picture / Freepik. Do You Work in the

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Program of the 7th Jobspin Multilingual Job Fair in Prague

Expect presentations for job-seekers, assistance for foreigners from expat centers, and professional consultations regarding CV writing and interview preparation. The 7th Jobspin Multilingual Job Fair in Prague features: 7 Expert & employer presentations 2 Relocation agencies assisting expats with visa / employee cards and relocation issues 1 CV consulting panel 4 Professional interactive workshops 1

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Czech Trade Inspection Authority Reports Foreigners Charged Extra In Shops At Václav Havel Airport

According to the Czech Trade Inspection Authority (COI), foreigners pay more than Czechs for food and drinks in some of the duty-free shops at Prague Airport. Photo: COI official report. Czech Rep., 31 Oct (JS) – “The inspections were carried out in cooperation with customs office representatives over three working days in the departure halls

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WB Study on Countries Where Achieving the “American Dream” Is Simpler than in the US: Czechia Ranks 12th

According to a 2018 World Bank report analyzing intergenerational educational and economic mobility, the American dream, a possibility to move upward from a lower social class or economic level to a higher one is more easily attainable in other high-income countries than in the US. The World Bank ranked Czech Republic the 12th country in

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