Russian sanctions to stir up Lithuania's labour market

Russian sanctions will unambiguously have an effect on Lithuania's labour market, say staff selection specialists. The greatest commotion has been already observed among companies that work directly with Russia, i.e., road carriers and food industry companies. It is expected that in the nearest future employee turnover will mostly affect shipping agents and export managers.
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