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Employment in Slovakia
The ICT sector plays an important role in the Slovak economy and has significant potential for growth, especially in all the activities related to telecommunications.
104.6 billion USD
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Top Tech Cities in Slovakia
The capital and largest city of Slovakia
Companies outsourcing from bratislava: Dell Technologies, IBM, Amazon, ESET
Top industries for Native Team building: Software Development, Telecommunications
Popular destinations: Bratislava Castle, Hrad Devin, The Blue Church
Famous for: Halusky dumplings, cabbage soup, goulash soup, Slivovica
THE INDUSTRIAL CENTRE OF SLOVAKIA
Companies outsourcing from kosice: Ness Digital Engineering
Top industries for Native Team building: Development, Consulting, Telecommunications
Popular destinations: Spis Castle, St. Elisabeth’s Cathedral, ZOO Kosice
Famous for: Tokaj wine region, Nuit Blanche festival, street art scene
THE METROPOLIS OF THE NORTH-WEST OF SLOVAKIA
Companies outsourcing from zilina: Dell Technologies, IBM, Amazon, ESET
Top industries for Native Team building: IT Services, Telecommunications
Popular destinations: Castle Lietava, Sulov Rocks, Stary zamek
Famous for: Aquapark Tatralandia, Demanovska Ice Cave
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Facts about hiring in slovakia
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Generally, employment contracts in Slovakia are offered for fixed-term or for an indefinite duration. The employment contract has to be written in the local language with terms of employee’s compensation in Euros, benefits and termination requirements.
In Slovakia, the standard working week consists of 40 hours a week and cannot exceed 52 hours per week.
Slovak employees are typically entitled to four weeks of paid annual leave. Furthermore, Slovakia also celebrates 14 national holidays.
Moms to be in Slovakia are generally entitled to 34 weeks of paid maternity leave and single female employees to 37 weeks.
Employees in Slovakia are eligible for paid sick leave: