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Bulgaria is a country in the Balkan Peninsula in Southeastern Europe. It is part of the European Union and it has the most favourable tax regime in Europe with a low cost of establishing a new business.
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Top Tech Cities in Bulgaria
Capital City of Bulgaria
Population: 1,2 million
Companies outsourcing from sofia: Accedia, Bulbera, Sciant
Top industries for Native Team building: Software development, Operations, Web Development
Popular destinations: St. Alexander Nevski Cathedral, Vitosha Boulevard
Famous for: National Historical Museum, National Institute of Archaeology, Vitosha Mountain
THE SECOND BIGGEST CITY IN BULGARIA
Companies outsourcing from plovdiv: Reward Gateway, DraftKings, Accenture
Top industries for Native Team building: Development, Consulting
Popular destinations: Plovdiv Old Town, Plovdiv’s Hills, Mavrud Wine and Rakia
Famous for: Ancient theatre, Bachkovo Monastery, Regional Ethnographic Museum
THE SEA CAPITAL OF BULGARIA
Companies outsourcing from varna: Sitel Group, Sutherland, TUI
Top industries for Native Team building: Staffing & Outsourcing, Web Development
Popular destinations: The Sea Garden, Stone Forest
Famous for: Archaeological Museum, Aladzha Monastery, Varna Cathedral
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Facts about hiring in bulgaria
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Labour laws in Bulgaria recognize 3 different types of employment contracts: permanent employment, temporary employment and independent contractors.
The working hours in Bulgaria are 8 hours per day, 40 hours per week. In some cases,employers may require employees to work extended hours (maximum 10 hours per day). Employers have to compensate for overtime by allowing employees to take additional time off on other days.
The minimum annual paid leave in Bulgaria is 20 working days.
New mothers in Bulgaria are given 410 days of maternity leave, 45 of which come before birth. Fathers get 15 days. The country`s National Health Insurance Fund pays both leaves at 90% of the parent`s salary. After six months, mothers can choose to pass the remaining leave onto fathers.
All employees are entitled to up to 18 months of sick leave. Employees must provide a medical certificate within 48 hours of the first day of sickness. The first three days of sickness are paid for by the employer at a rate of 70% of the regular salary.