Serbia EOR Services
Hire your next employee in Serbia with the help of Native Teams without the need to establish a local entity. We will take care of all the complexities related to local laws, tax frameworks, and international payroll, so you don't have to worry about them.
Why use an employer of record services in Serbia?
Normally, when a company wants to hire employees in Serbia, they first need to open a legal entity in the country. That means registering an address, finding an office and sorting out a local bank account. All of this plus trying to stay compliant and learn about all the tax rules and regulations can take months.
But when you use an employer of record (EOR) provider like Native Teams, your business can operate in Serbia without a legal entity, saving you time and resources while also ensuring compliance with all employment laws and regulations.
How do EOR services in Serbia work?
When hiring your new Serbian employee through our employer of record services, the employment will be jointly shared between you, the business owner, and us, Native Teams.
Native Teams will take on the responsibility of being the legal employer, while you retain vital management control over your employees and their day-to-day activities. Your main responsibility will be to issue a payment to the leasing company to cover payroll, taxes, benefits, and administrative fees, while we’ll handle everything else.
Requirements for employment in Serbia
Legal and tax requirements for employment in Serbia include:
Employers are required to provide a written employment contract for their employees, which should include information such as the type of job, salary, working hours, and notice period.
Social security contributions
Employers are required to pay social security contributions for their employees, which include contributions for health insurance, pension insurance, and unemployment insurance.
Employers are also required to deduct income tax from their employees' salaries and pay it to the government. The income tax rate in Serbia ranges from 10% to 15%.
Foreign nationals who wish to work in Serbia must obtain a work permit from the Serbian authorities. The employer is responsible for obtaining the work permit on behalf of the employee.
Employers must comply with Serbian labor laws, which include regulations on working hours, overtime pay, annual leave, sick leave, and termination of employment.
Health and safety regulations
Employers must provide a safe working environment for their employees and comply with health and safety regulations.
Employers may offer additional benefits to their employees, such as health insurance, retirement plans, and bonuses. These benefits may be subject to additional tax or social security contributions.
Features of Serbia employer of record with Native Teams
Why choose Native Teams as your Serbia employer of Record?
Native Teams has legal entities in 55+ countries around the world and has been recognized for its outstanding EOR services, helping companies expand and hire internationally.
Our tax, legal and compliance experts can help you with everything you need regarding hiring and paying your employees and taking care of all your administrative tasks such as HR admin, payroll, risk management and more.Book a call