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Employment in Armenia
Armenia is a country that is positioned south of the Caucasus mountains and Northwest of Asia. The tech industry in Armenia has been attracting large foreign investments from companies like Intel, Microsoft, Google, IBM, Synopsys and Cisco.
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Top Tech Cities in Armenia
Capital City of Armenia
Population: 1.075 million
Companies outsourcing from yerevan: Microsoft, IBM, TUMO Center for Creative
Top industries for Native Team building: Software development, Digital Media
Popular destinations: Republic Square, Cascade Stairway and Museum, The Armenian Genocide Museum, Vernissage Flea Market
Famous for: Manti, Herb-stuffed lavash, Cognac Armenian brandy
Second-Largest City of Armenia
Companies outsourcing from gyumri: Brain Fors LLC, gHost Services LLC
Top industries for Native Team building: Web and Custom Software Development
Popular destinations: Black Fortress, Vartanants Square, Independence Square
Famous for: Carved buildings, bow windows with arches, tatar boraki, shakar lokum, traditional yaghli
Third-Largest City of Armenia
Companies outsourcing from vanadzor: Develandoo, Priotix, Incredo LLC
Top industries for Native Team building: Artificial Intelligence, Mobile App Development
Popular destinations: Abelian Theater, Aesthetics Center, Master Mehrab’s House, Terracotta Studios
Famous for: Vanadzor Botanical Garden, Vanadzor Fine Arts Museum, Mount Maymekh
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Facts about hiring in armenia
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There are different categories of employment contracts in Armenia. These contracts are signed for a definite or indefinite period of time. Besides these contracts there are also employment contracts of a predefined duration but they are signed only in atypical situations.
The working hours in Armenia is 8 hours per day, 40 hours per week. Also the working hours should never exceed 12 hours per day, 48 hours per week. Overtime work is controlled and should not exceed four hours during two consecutive working days and 120 hours per year. The work that is done between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m is considered as night work.
There are three categories for annual paid leave in Armenia and those are: minimum, extended and additional leave. The minimum annual paid leave in Armenia is 21 days. Extended leave and additional paid leave may go up to 35 days ( or 48 days in rare situations)
The maternity leave in Armenia includes 140 days of paid maternity leave for female employees ( 70 days before the birth and 70 days after the birth). In some additional cases the maternity leave is longer. For example: