If you have visited any Foreigners event in Brno at least once, you might’ve seen a cheerful and friendly Turkish girl who is nothing but positive energy and constant smiles. Why does she attend events for expats on a regular basis and what does she do in Brno? Find out in the interview!
Have you ever considered working in the Czech Republic? With a stable and dynamic economy and a convenient central European location, the country is full of opportunities for expats all over the world. Whether you are considering a move to the Czech Republic or already live here and are planning to grow your career, check out our article and find out more advantages of working in this marvelous country.
Czech Republic has joined the EU more than 10 years ago, in 2004. Back then, Czech population seemed to be happy with this political step, celebrations taking place all around the country. Nowadays, Czechs aren’t so impressed by EU membership, by all means trying to protect their sovereignty. What advantages the Czech Republic has, that […]
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 […]
Czech Republic has a long tradition of high quality university education. As a matter of fact, Charles University, founded in 1348, is one of the oldest European universities. With academic facilities located all around the Czech Republic (mainly in Prague, two faculties in Hradec Kralove, one in Pilsen), Charles University has a total of 17 […]
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 […]