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Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Employment in BiH

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.

Language

Bosnian

Capital

Sarajevo

Population

3,3 million

Currency

BAM

GDP

20.16 billion

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Top Tech Cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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With our Native Teams services, companies can expand in BiH and hire their employees without having to establish a branch office or subsidiary in BiH.

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Employer of Record (EoR) services

Your new employee will begin working as we take care of employment contracts, statutory and non-statutory benefits, and running their payroll - all in full compliance with the laws in BiH.

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Pay Native Teams in your preferred currency and we convert to all required local currencies and disseminate payroll onwards to your employee and tax and social security requirements.

Facts about hiring in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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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.

Need office space in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

We work with local partners to help find your team the space they need, be it a seat for one or a new regional headquarters. Simplify international employment with Native Teams.

Need office space in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

We work with local partners to help find your team the space they need, be it a seat for one or a new regional headquarters. Simplify international employment with Native Teams.

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