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Employment in Czechia
Czechia is one of the best European destinations for investments in Information and Communication Technologies. The list of successful foreign companies investing in the countries includes Microsoft, IBM, Cisco, Oracle and many others.
243.5 billion USD
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Top Tech Cities in Czechia
The capital and largest city of Czechia
Population: 1.3 million
Companies outsourcing from prague: Microsoft, SAP, Red Hat, Novartis
Top industries for Native Team building: Software Development, Consulting, Biotech
Popular destinations: Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, Prague Astronomical Clock
Famous for: Pork Knuckle, beer, nightlife
THE CAPITAL OF THE SOUTH MORAVIAN REGION
Companies outsourcing from bruno: Accenture, Expedia Group, Kiwi.com
Top industries for Native Team building: Development, Consulting
Popular destinations: Spilberk Castle, Moravian Karst, Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul
Famous for: University, caves, beer, nightlife
THE CITY AT THE CONFLUENCE OF FOUR RIVERS
Companies outsourcing from ostrava: Siemens, Verizon, Continental
Top industries for Native Team building: IT Services, Telecommunications
Popular destinations: Ostrava Zoo, Mining Museum, Vitkovice
Famous for: Ostravar Brewery, Sareza Aquapark, Cez Arena
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Facts about hiring in czechia
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Generally, employment contracts in Czechia are offered for an indefinite period; fixed-term contracts can be offered as well, but cannot exceed three years.
In Czechia, the standard working week consists of 40 hours a week and overtime cannot exceed 8 hours per week over the next 26 weeks.
Employees in Czechia are entitled to a minimum of 4 weeks off each year. Their vacation is counted in hours so employees can also apply for a half-day of leave. Furthermore, Czechia celebrates 12 public holidays for which the employees are given a day off.
Women in Czechia are entitled to 28 weeks of maternity leave or 37 weeks for multiple births. Leave can start 6-8 weeks before the expected due date. During maternity leave, the Social Security Administration pays the employee’s benefits amounting to 70% of the salary.
Employees in Czechia are eligible for paid sick leave: