#ForeignersRecommends Are you a dad? Do you sometimes feel like nobody cares about your problems as a parent? The topic of fatherhood has been resonating more and more in Czechia. However, according to the coach David Škrobánek who helps fathers through tough situations, it’s still not talked about enough. Czech dads aren’t the only ones with issues. Foreign fathers (and especially those married to Czech citizens) have to deal with unique challenges on their parenthood journey. Read more to learn about his project and how to get help yourself.
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The Ins and Outs of Compulsory Education for Children of Foreigners in Czechia
Some foreigners choose to relocate to the Czech Republic with their entire families, including children. If that’s your case, you should have at least a basic idea of how things work with compulsory education here. In this article, we’ll explain under which conditions your children must attend kindergarten and primary school and what are some alternatives to their education if you don’t wish to send them to public state schools.
Minor Repairs in a Rented Apartment: Who Does Pay for Them?
Imagine you are living in a rented apartment. All of a sudden your boiler stops working and your landlord tells you it has to be replaced. After a while, you will receive an invoice for the repair. Should you pay for it or not? Is this your responsibility? Keep reading if you want to understand the rules of minor repairs in an apartment you rent in the Czech Republic!
Legal Matters in the Czech Republic? 9 Topics Covered by the Attorney at Law
We talked to Eliška Flídrová, the professional lawyer from ExpatLegal company that provides legal advisory for expats in the Czech Republic and asked her several questions which could be both future foreign newcomers as well as current Czech expats seeking the answers for.
Do You Accommodate Expats in the Czech Republic? Read What Your Duties Are!
When renting your property (house, flat, or even a room) to foreign people, you have to follow certain rules given by the Czech law.
Czech Employment Laws
Employment in brief Working hours: 40 working hours maximum / per week Days off: minimum 4 weeks per year vacation Salary: minimum wage 50.60 czk / per hour if paid hourly. Or 8500 czk per month. Maternity leave: a female employee is entitled to 28 weeks’ maternity leave. – In order to test you as […]