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        Labour shortage replaces unemployment

        Friday, December 6th, 2019

        Analyst welcomes the fall in the jobless rate and are confident that Hungary’s mounting labour shortage can be resolved. READ MORE

        Corporate tax cuts to compensate wage hikes

        Saturday, October 14th, 2017

        A pro-government columnist explains that the government has to take cautious but nonetheless painful decisions to ease the burden on enterprises where wage costs have substantially increased lately as a result of the labour shortage in several professions. READ MORE

        1.2 million planning to work abroad?

        Friday, June 23rd, 2017

        A pro-government columnist has doubts about the figures released on the number of Hungarians contemplating emigration. READ MORE

        Labour Code debate opens

        Wednesday, July 27th, 2011

        The draft bill just published by the Ministry for National Economy aims to reduce the rights of employees. Employers would, among other changes, find it easier to lay off pregnant women and parents on maternity leave. A prominent right-wing commentator argues that curbing the rights of employees will not strengthen the nation. READ MORE

        Who pays for the free lunch?

        Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

        Changes to the law which require work in return for welfare payments, are sharply criticised by left-leaning commentators. They suggest that the requirement is inhumane, and predict that the planned public work programme will prove costly and inefficient. A right-wing pundit writes that Hungary has no choice but to abolish unconditional benefits, because of the economic crisis. But a liberal journalist also welcomes public incentives which promote self-reliance. READ MORE