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Ms. Elina Egle

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Board Chairman

BalticId
 
Background

Employment History

  • General Director, Confederation of Latvia LDDK
    Employers
  • General Director
    The Steering Committee
  • Director General
    Latvian Employers Confederation
  • President
    Latvian Employers Confederation
  • Confederation Director General
    Latvian Employers Confederation
  • Director General
    Employers Confederation of Latvia
18 Total References
Web References
The Council Chairman of the Federation ...
www.baltic-course.com, 14 June 2013 [cached]
The Council Chairman of the Federation is Agris Dundurs (Board Member of D Dupleks) and the Chairman of the Board is Elina Egle (Board Chairman of BalticId).
1) Elina Egle, General ...
www.bslabour.net, 13 Feb 2012 [cached]
1) Elina Egle, General Director, Employers' Confederation of
BSLN-News 2011
www.bslabour.net, 10 Nov 2010 [cached]
Elina Egle, General Director, Employers' Confederation of Latvia LDDK
Latvian Employers' ...
samplebusinessproposal.org, 19 Feb 2011 [cached]
Latvian Employers' Confederation Director General Elina Egle after the Reform Steering Group meeting was pleased that the confederation will be possible to push this process through the private sector already incur quality management principles in order to [structural reform] measures would be more transparent and objective-oriented.
110,000 people have left Latvia, whilst ...
www.paritate.com, 15 Dec 2007 [cached]
110,000 people have left Latvia, whilst 4,000 workers have come to Latvia - Egle
RIGA, Dec 12 (LETA) - Within a year, 110,000 people have left Latvia to live and work abroad, whilst only around 4,000 people have arrived to live and work in Latvia from third countries, the Latvian Employers Confederation's director general Elina Egle said today during a Saeima Citizenship Law Implementation Committee meeting.
The European Union's (EU) latest data reveals that, by 2050, it will be necessary for EU countries to bring in around 48 million workers from third countries.
Egle expressed the point of view that there is not much basis to hope that Latvians, who have left to live abroad, will re-immigrate back to Latvia.
Egle also expressed the point of view that Latvia should take an example from Great Britain, Sweden and Canada, who are attracting foreign workers based on their profession.
Egle also pointed out the experience of Denmark and Great Britain, who actively involve their diplomats in the search for necessary specialists.According to Egle, Latvian diplomats could also involve themselves in attracting foreign students to study in Latvian higher education institutions.
There are also problems with receiving entry visas.For example, a chef from India. who has been invited to work in Latvia, would need to go to Shanghai (China) to get an entry visa to Latvia.
Egle also explained that a Latvian businessmen needs to pay LVL 640 to invite a foreign worker to come work in Latvia.
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110,000 people have left Latvia, whilst 4,000 workers have come to Latvia - Egle
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