Economic policy / Employment and Social Affairs

This section reports on economic policy initiatives of the Czech government, the EU, and other entities that have a direct impact on the competitiveness of the country. It also includes information on economic priorities of the AmCham and other leading associations.

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27th March 2020 / Economic policy / Employment and Social Affairs


Comment of the British Chamber of Commerce in the CR, French-Czech Chamber of Commerce in the CR, Nordic Chamber of Commerce in the CR and American Chamber of Commerce in the CR on „Program Antivirus"

The spread of the coronavirus has caused an economic crisis as both companies and individuals have decreased demand on a wide range of a product and service. This crisis has been exacerbated by government measures aimed at restricting the rapid growth of infection and loss of life.  
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29th March 2021 / Economic policy / Employment and Social Affairs


Government Measures Supporting Employment or Individual Economic Revenue

The list of Government measures supporting employment or individual economic revenue. Last update March 23, 2021.
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12th February 2021 / Economic policy / Employment and Social Affairs


AmCham Workforce Report: General Population and Employment Trends

AmCham Workforce Report on general population and employment trends is now available for members. Over the next six months, we will publish a series of reports that will compare our workforce with those of neighboring countries, and within regions of the Czech Republic.
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15th May 2020 / Economic policy / Employment and Social Affairs


Czech Workforce Report: Prague Employment and Median Wage 2011-2019

In 2019, the employment growth in Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic, in both the public and private sectors was negative (-0.3% and -0.1%, respectively); this trend started in 2018 in the private sector (-2.3% y-o-y). Prague workforce reaches almost 576,000 people, a downward trend for two consecutive years from almost 587,000 in 2017 (up from 534,200 in 2011).
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