(ČIA) Rising inputs, staff shortages and bureaucracy are problems Czech employers are currently facing. The government that emerges from the forthcoming elections must come up with concrete proposals for solutions. Representatives of the Czech Chamber of Commerce (HK CR) informed the representatives of political parties during the final pre-election debate in Prague's Florentin. The biggest problem is labor shortages. The Chamber, therefore, recommends that the new government reduce employers' social security contributions by two percentage points, support part-time work by abolishing the minimum premium supplement, make contract work more attractive, or abolish guaranteed wages in the private sector. According to HK ČR, the proposed measures are important mainly due to the fastest possible restart of the economy after coronavirus closures.