As an expat living and working in the Czech Republic, you are obligated to report the change of the employer as well as when changing a job title and employment. This process might be tricky as there are several documents to submit, conditions under which you can apply and deadlines to meet. In this article, we will bring you a summary of all these aspects so you can better orientate in the process of changing the employer.
Types of Long-Term Residence Permit in the Czech Republic
Are you considering getting yourself a long-term residence permit? Having this type of document has a lot of advantages and we definitely recommend you to get it with our help! However, the first big question that you should think about is: For what purpose am I getting this document for? There are several options for you to choose from.
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 […]
Trade License Benefits
In order to fulfill legal requirements of your stay in the Czech Republic, you must work on a trade license (živnostenský list or zivno), own a company or be an employee of the local company. To work as an employee, non-EU citizens must first obtain work permit and employment visa. For EU citizens the procedure […]