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Estonia is positioned in Northern Europe and the ICT potential in Estonia is growing, it has been ranked fifth in the emerging ecosystems list and has also been recognized as the world’s most entrepreneurial country by the World Economic Forum.
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Top Tech Cities in Estonia
Capital City of Estonia
Companies outsourcing from tallinn: Microsoft, Wise, Ericson
Top industries for Native Team building: Fintech, IoT, Hardware
Popular destinations: Tallinn's Old Town, Lennusadam Seaplane Harbour, Toompea Castle
Famous for: Preserved Old Town, museums and the 314m-high Tallinn TV Tower
The second-largest city in Estonia
Companies outsourcing from tartu: Microsoft, Wise, Ericson
Top industries for Native Team building: Biotech, Transportation
Popular destinations: AHHAA Science Centre, Tartu University Botanical Garden, Tartu University Botanical Garden
Famous for: 17th-century University of Tartu, cafe-filled Town Hall Square
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Facts about hiring in estonia
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A strong employment contract in the native language is required in Estonia, which details the terms of employees compensation, benefits and termination requirements. The salary and any compensation must always be stated in Euros and cannot be stated in another foreign currency.
The working hours in Estonia are 8 hours per day, 40 hours per week, but businesses usually close earlier on Fridays.
Most Estonians receive 28 days of paid vacation which includes both working and non-working days.
Employees are allowed up to 182 sick days of leave. Employers are responsible for paying the sick leave from the fourth to the ninth day and from the ninth day onwards the state is required to pay. The employee is entitled to 70% of their last years average salary.