The difficulty of recruiting staff is a major challenge for the Bulgarian textile and clothing industry. The lack of well-trained employees often leads to a failure or cancellation of orders and a barrier to development.
For example, a tailoring company in Vidin says it cannot fill 500 job vacancies and is looking for employees; a total of 110 people currently work in the men’s shirt factory.
According to its management, German-owned Slam Clothing provides the best possible working conditions. The firm started working in 2015 and offers employment to people who do not have special skills with the ability to train.
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