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Latvia has succeeded in overcoming the first wave of the pandemic more successfully than most other countries, and has the strongest results according to many economic indicators, according to Martins Abolins, Citadele Bank Economist. The initial downward slide in the economy is over, and Latvia is experiencing a V-shaped recovery. Sensible state finances and being part of the Eurozone allowed borrowing funds to stimulate the economy, while balanced external trade, moderate house prices and careful issuance of loans helped keep the internal economy stable. However, the crisis is not yet over and a cautious approach should continue to be taken.Read all >
On Tuesday, December 10, the Cabinet of Ministers supported the removal of several bureaucratic obstacles to hiring international talent. We would like to thank and congratulate our Labor working group, and especially, Irina Kostina (Ellex Klavins) who contributed to the positive outcome of these long-awaited amendments!Read all >
At the end of May, Citadele Bank's subsidiary, CBL Asset Management, created Latvia's first pension plan whose pension savings are invested in businesses which are the most sustainable in their respective industries: protecting the environment, taking care of their employees and acting responsibly in the long term.Read all >
McDonald's, a leading restaurant chain in Latvia through its 25 years of growth in Latvia, plans to continue strengthen its market leadership and invest 5.2€ million in further development and people training and motivation program in the next 3 years.Read all >
The social movement "Latvija Strādā", uniting Latvia-based employers, is eager to contribute to the current remigration tendencies. The goal of the movement is to return at least 1000 nationals to the Latvian labor market in a year. Up to now 78 employers have pledged to return 272 people, and more than 40 people have returned and are currently working in Latvia.Read all >
The Ministry of Welfare announced SEB banka and RISEBA to be among the most family-friendly companies in Latvia.Read all >
For the 7th time in Latvia the "Work from anywhere!" day took place on May 25 at Jaunā Teika, square of the co-working and event space "Teikums" and brought together more around 500 event participants who support flexible working style.Read all >
As a result of a productive Labor Force working group meeting AmCham Latvia sent out a position letter to the state officials pointing out the necessity to push forward amendments to the Labor Law.Read all >
AbbVie, RISEBA and SEB bank were named among the most family-friendly companies in Latvia by the Ministry of Welfare.Read all >
We joined AmCham as a community of shared values to expand our access to global competencies and to foster the quality of the health ecosystem.
Agrita Kiopa, Vice Rector for Science, Riga Stradins University