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New legal obligation for German companies and their suppliers

The Act on Corporate Due Diligence in Supply Chains (Lieferkettensorgfaltspflichtengesetz, LkSG), will come into force on January 1, 2023

Belgrade hosts the Board of AICESIS – The International Association of Economic and Social Councils and similar institutions

Serbia, i.e. the Social and Economic Council of the Republic of Serbia, was elected as a full member in 2018, at the session of the General Assembly held in Paris. The President of the Serbian Association of Employers, Mr Miloš Nenezić, was elected as a member of the Board at the 2019 session of this body in Bucharest.

Serbian Association of Employers at the meeting of the Council of Presidents of BusinessEurope (COPRES) in Stockholm

The meeting was hosted by the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise, Svenskt Näringsliv, given that Sweden will hold the Presidency of the European Union from January 2023.

A delegation of the Federation of Austrian Industries visited the Serbian Association of Employers

A delegation of the Federation of Austrian Industries (IV) visited the Serbian Association of Employers (SAE), accompanied by the Ambassador of Austria in Belgrade, His Excellency, Mr Christian Ebner.

Mr Miloš Nenezić the most successful businessman in the Republic of Serbia

LAWLife for Law and Economy Portal awarded Mr Miloš Nenezić the award for the most successful businessman in the Republic of Serbia.

Serbian Association of Employers celebrates 28 years of work

On October 4th, Serbian Association of Employers (SAE) celebrates its 28th birthday.

Civil Society High-Level Conference on Youth Policy in the Western Balkans

A youth policy in the Western Balkans, as part of the Innovation Agenda for the Western Balkans, will contribute to promoting scientific excellence, reforming educational systems in the region, creating additional opportunities for young people and also helping to prevent brain drain. With increased investments in research, education, culture, youth and sports, the Agenda and the actions proposed in it represent an essential element for the future economic and social development of the region and Europe.

Positions of Serbian Association of Employers were taken into consideration

the increase in the minimum wage will be accompanied by the relief of the economy through the increase of the non-taxable part from 19,300 to 21,712 dinars, as well as the reduction of payroll contribution for the Pension and Disability Insurance at the expense of the employer by 1%.

Transfera opened the largest logistics center in the region

The new logistics center is equipped with the most sophisticated technology for managing warehouse operations, and the use of renewable energy sources has been set as one of the priorities. Transfera currently has more than 800 customs operations on a daily basis, and within the logistics center over 300 customs operations are carried out daily.