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Serbia is a country that is positioned in west-central Balkans and for most of the 20th century was part of Yugoslavia. In the past years there has been a transformation in the tech industry and right now there are more than 2500 software companies in Serbia.
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Top Tech Cities in Serbia
Capital City of Serbia
Population: 1.374 million
Companies outsourcing from belgrade: SuperAdmins, Rare Crew, Braineering IT Solutions
Top industries for Native Team building: Cloud consulting, Custom Software Development, BI & Big Data Consulting
Popular destinations: Church of Saint Sava, The Victor of Kalemegdan, Museum of Contemporary Art, Skadarlija Street, Ada Ciganlija
Famous for: Sarma, Karađorđeva šnicla, Čvarci, Šljivovica
THE SECOND BIGGEST CITY IN SERBIA
Companies outsourcing from novi sad: SuperAdmins, Rare Crew, Braineering IT Solutions
Top industries for Native Team building: Cloud Consulting, Custom Software Development, BI & Big Data Consulting
Popular destinations: King Marko`s Tower, Treskavec Monastery, Zrze Monastery, Old City Clock Tower
Famous for: Đorđe Balašević, Isidor Bajić, EXIT festival
THIRD-LARGEST CITY OF SERBIA
Companies outsourcing from niš: Prime Holding JSC, Seavus, Sasvim - Growth Agency
Top industries for Native Team building: Custom Software Development, CRM Consulting and SI
Popular destinations: Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp, Bubanj Memorial Park, Nis Fortress, Holy Trinity Cathedral
Famous for: Tinkers’ Alley, Latin Church, The Nišville Jazz Festival
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Facts about hiring in serbia
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The employment contracts in Serbia are either on indefinite or definite period. If the employee works continuously with the same employer for 5 working years, the definite employment contract becomes indefinite employment contract.
The working hours in Serbia are 8 hours per day, 40 hours per week. The employees who are under 18 years may not work more than 35 hours per week.
The minimum holiday entitlement in Serbia cannot be shorter than 20 working days. This entitlement increases based on the contribution to work, work conditions, experience and other criteria that are in the employment contract.