There are two most popular methods of performing work in Poland: on employment agreement basis and on civil law agreements basis. The provisions of Polish Labour Code and other acts concerning labour law apply only to persons employed with employment agreements. Persons performing work under civil law agreements are legally not considered employees. Find our more in our Labour Law and Employment in Poland - 2017 Guide!
The labor code is the main law that governs employment relationships of all workers in Ukraine. Its main purposes is to ensure a good work productivity, improvement of work quality, increase efficiency and ensure a good relationship between employees and their employers. Download our Labour Law and Employment in Ukraine - 2017 Guidefor more information about local requirements!
All employers in Romania must hire their personnel according to Romanian Labor Law (Law no.53/2003 ) regardless if they contract Romanian individuals or foreign individuals. Our Labour Law and Employment in Romania - 2017 Guide presents the main requirements that stand at the basis of employment in Romania.
In order to set up a company in Romania you first need to choose the type of business form, to prepare the file and to submit the application at the Trade Register. Detailed information regarding the complete procedure, minimum requirements and documentation you may find in our 2017 Guideline: Company Formation in Romania.
If you are tempted by the new business opportunities of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), Slovakia should definitely rank high in your destinations list. Download our 2017 Tax Guideline for Slovakia and find out more about the Slovak business environment.
The fundamental principles of labour relations are especially legal protection of employee status, satisfactory and safe working conditions for performance of work, fair remuneration and equal treatment of employees and prohibition of their discrimination. Download our Labour Law and Employment in the Czech Republic - 2017 Guide, for more essential employee-related information.
Download our 2017 Guidelines for details about the statutory framework and local entrepreneurial environment in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine! We have prepared for each country: