The Czech government on Wednesday approved new rules for hiring staff that deals with the agenda of EU funds, deputy PM Karolína Peake said. The new rules are part of the government’s “action plan” aimed at improving the flow of finances from EU funds; in recent years, the Czech Republic had difficulties securing allocated EU money. The rules introduce new methods for hiring staff and advertising open positions, as well as sanctions for breaching the new measures.
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