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Employment in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is a country in Southeastern Europe, currently embarking on a new growth model as an EU potential candidate country. It has the 74th largest export economy and an emerging ICT centric innovation ecosystem.
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Top Tech Cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina
CAPITAL CITY OF BIH
Companies outsourcing from sarajevo: Cron, Bloom, Agilitas, Everest, Atlantbh
Top industries for Native Team building: Software development, Operations, Web Development
Popular destinations: Baščaršija old town, Latin Bridge, Bjelašnica
Famous for: Troubled history, meeting of cultures, cepavi, Bosnian coffee, burek
THE SECOND BIGGEST CITY IN BIH
Companies outsourcing from banja luka: Bitlab, Bilytica, Seavus
Top industries for Native Team building: Software Development, Design, Consulting
Popular destinations: Kastel Fortress, Ferhadija mosque, Museum of Contemporary Art, Etno Village
Famous for: Rafting adventures, Trebinje, Central market
KNOWN FOR ITS ICONIC OLD BRIDGE
Companies outsourcing from mostar: ITO, Evona, MikroBit, ZenDev
Top industries for Native Team building: Cloud Solutions, Web Development, Digital marketing
Popular destinations: Stari most, Old town, Neretva river
Famous for: History, Sniper tower, park Zrinjevac
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Facts about hiring in bih
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Labour laws in BiH recognize different types of employment contracts: permanent, temporary, part-time, seasonal and probationary.
The working hours in Bosnia and Herzegovina are 8 hours per day, 40 hours per week. Full-time workers are entitled to a daily 30-minute break, which does not count toward their working hours.
The minimum annual leave in BiH is 20 days and no longer than 30 working days, during which the employees are entitled to full salary compensation.
Employees who are younger than 18 years old are entitled to a minimum 24 days of annual leave, while employees who are engaged in jobs under special working conditions are entitled to a minimum of 30 paid leave days.
Women are entitled to maternity leave for a period of one year without interruption during the pregnancy, childbirth, and after the birth for the care of the baby. Under the labour law of RS, in the case of giving birth to two babies (twins), or the birth of a third child, women are entitled to 18 months of maternity leave.
There is no official set number of the number of sick days an employee is entitled to. However, an employee must provide a medical certificate no later than the third day of illness.