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LABOUR MARKET RESEARCH IN REPUBLIKA SRPSKA 2020/2021. CONSEQUENCES OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

The aim of this customized report is to offer useful information to support the designing of labour market policy in the context of the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic and the measures that employers consider necessary to maintain the number of workers from the time before the pandemic begins.

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The consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on the financial result of the
companies’ operations in 2020 compared to 2019 were assessed by 81.6% of
the employers as negative. Other areas analyzed in this questionnaire were
assessed to have a predominantly negative impact: production volume and
service provision (79.6%), presence in existing markets and cooperation with
existing clients (76.9%), plans to expand into new markets and establish cooperation
with new clients in the current year (74.6%). The pandemic also had a
negative impact on maintaining the volume of practical classes for secondary
school and university students (duration and number of interns), with 62.4%
of employers not answering this question because the largest percentage of
employers do not have the opportunity to organise practical classes.

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