Union Memorandum with the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare: Working for Independence for Youth

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Union Memorandum with the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare: Working for Independence for Youth

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Banja Luka - On March 2, 2004, in Banja Luka, 13 branch employers' associations founded the Union of Employers' Associations...
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17 years of existence of the Union of Employers’ Associations of Republic of Srpska

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  • Negotiation with international employers’ organizations

  • Solving problems with labour unions

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  • Help in approaching donors

  • Help in writing project proposals and partnership

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  • Solving problems with labour unions

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