Isuf Azemi, chairman of the Kosovo Private Sector Union, said that Kosovo private sector workers are treated as slaves.
He has said that “we still have employees who are paid 130 euros”.
Meanwhile, according to him, the number of workers who work without employment contracts reaches 50 to 60 percent.
“Perhaps the inspectorate did not find more than 12 percent, but it is evident that the Inspectorate a month before inspecting the companies tells that the inspection will be carried out. No workers can be found without contracts with cars and cars, “said Azemi, at the” Pulse “of KTV.
“Workers spend up to 1 thousand hours of work outside of their working hours within a year,” he said.
He has said that as trade unions are very confident in this data.
With these statistics Berat Rukiqi, newly elected chair of the Kosovo Chamber of Commerce, was not accepted. He has said that the degree of informality in Kosovo is about 30 percent.
“I think we should be careful not to use too big terms, let’s say they are treated as slaves, however it can be said that the situation is not so good,” said Rukiqi.
As it protects businesses, head of the Chamber, he has said that most of the companies are faced with
The Deputy Chief Labor Inspector also disagreed with these figures.
“In the inspected subjects we found that 4.2 percent of employees did not have employment contracts,” he said.
He also talked about workplace death, when he showed that during the year 2018, 12 workers were killed in the workplace, 11 of them accidentally and 1 was a natural death.