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Gov’t looks to provide equal access to education /21. 05. 2014/

The Czech Education Ministry wants to reduce inequality in children's access to education, Education Minister Marcel Chládek (Social Democrats, ČSSD) told journalists when unveiling the priorities of the Strategy of Education Policy for the next six years — until 2020 — today. More...

Czech scientists outraged at scrapping of EU subsidy /19. 05. 2014/

Czech scientists are outraged and warn of an international scandal over the Education Ministry's decision to scrap the contest for EU subsidies worth a billion Kč that were to help Czech research centers attract elite foreign scientists, daily Lidové noviny (LN) writes. More...

Czech economy stagnates /16. 05. 2014/

The Czech economy stagnated in Q1 2014 compared with the previous quarter owing to a drop in revenue from excise duty on tobacco products, caused by pre-stocking at the end of last year, according to preliminary estimates released by the Czech Statistical Office (CSU) today. More...

Analyst: New EC outlook confirms return of trust in Czech economy. /06. 05. 2014/

The European Commission's latest outlook on the Czech economic development, predicting a 2 percent GDP growth for 2014, confirms that supranational institutions have restored their confidence in the Czech economy, UniCredit Bank analyst Pavel Sobisek said. More...

Can better negotiation skills improve a company’s profits? /29. 04. 2014/

Harvard-educated negotiator says preparation is key to good results “Some people play tennis all their lives without ever getting better. Those people are not willing to take a fresh look at what they do or to consider changing it,” write Roger Fisher and William Ury in their international bestseller Getti... More...

Total of 15 firms in ČR announce mass layoffs in December /15. 01. 2014/

A total of 15 companies in the Czech Republic announced mass layoffs in December last year, compared with 42 in December 2012 and 18 in November 2013, according to statistics from the Employment Office. More...

Czechs draw more EU subsidies for education than expected in 2013 /14. 01. 2014/

The Czech Education Ministry last year failed to draw EU subsidies worth 2.8 billion Kč within the problematic Education and Competitiveness program, which is less than the originally expected loss of 5 billion and which can therefore be considered a good result, the ministry said today. More...

Analysts: Czech economic output to rise by over 2 pct in 2014 /30. 12. 2013/

Prague - Czech economy will likely grow by over 2 percent next year following contraction over the past two years, analysts polled by CTK said today. More...

The Labour Office CR employs young graduates without work. /22. 10. 2013/

The Labour Office CR has been temporarily strengthened by 450 unemployed graduates. Therefore young people have a chance to get some necessary practice through a personnel agency Manpower Group Ltd. The Labour Office CR is connected (in the period from 1 September 2013 to 31 August 2014) to other employers within 14... More...

The publication of the first results of PIAAC research. /10. 10. 2013/

OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) released the first results of research on knowledge and skills of adults - PIAAC (Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies) on 8th October 2013. More...

 

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