About half of the potential movers would relocate within the country, half abroad.
14 Million EUR is available, most from the European Social Fund.
The aim is to limit the hiring of Croatian workers and their family members depending on the needs of the Slovenian market.
But fewer hours worked in agriculture, hunting, forestry and fisheries.
Changes apply to companies that are reliable, pay their obligations on time, do not break the law, and pay salaries 1.5 times the average.
Also calls to lower income tax to raise wages.
Panel hears calls to simplify employment of non-EU staff.
33,000 employees currently receive the minimum wage.
And most work in construction.
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