Regional analysis / comparisons
Posting of employees, also known as employee secondment, helps to improve business efficiency and deal with temporary gaps in labour market. It should be noted that posted employees differ from EU mobile workers as they are in the EU member state only on temporary basis – to carry out the task required – and they do not integrate in this labour market.
Are you wondering about the most significant changes in the Slovak legislation with the arrival of 2018?
Starting January 2018, minimum salary increases are expected in most countries. Here are the changes applicable at the beginning of 2018 in 6 European countries.
Before acquiring a land or a building in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania or Slovakia, we recommend going through our comparison “Overview of real estate transactions in 5 CEE countries” (DOWNLOAD PDF) and discuss with one of our advisers in detail the specifics of your transaction.
A flexible labor legislation is essential for promoting the creation of new business, growth of established firms and job creation. The Central and Eastern European (“CEE”) countries have distinctive employment law frameworks but remain competitive for investors. Our infographic “Working in CEE – Labour Law aspects” is a sum-up of working aspects in Central and Eastern European
Download the complete “2017 Transfer Pricing CEE Overview” The transfer pricing matters have been addressed by the CEE jurisdictions already since two decades. Currently, almost all of the countries in CEE have a sophisticated concept of transfer pricing regulations in place. Therefore the transfer pricing has become one of the top issues of the agenda
Download Legally recognised corporations in Central and Eastern Europe take on many forms. We have prepared a comprehensive yet clear overview that should help you get familiar with general incorporation requirements and characteristics of a limited liability company in the region. Our 2017 LLC Overview for Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine prepared
An Advance Pricing Agreement (APA) is an essential document that ensures the proper future implementation of the Transfer Pricing conditions. Download our infographic and find out what are the characteristics of APA in Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine! Do you need support with Transfer Pricing documentation? – Contact us! This
Curious about how minimum wages evolved in the last decade in Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine? Our latest infographic will reveal how these minimum values changed in the 6 countries, as well as their current status. Subscribe to our newsletter for more regional updates! More articles from the same category: Employment
The frequent regulatory updates, inconsistent changes and rather ambiguous interpretation make employment law in any country the area that is extremely challenging to follow and to stay compliant with. Our latest Handbook shall quickly guide you through the Labour Codes in Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine to help you get insights about
PL_2015_03_25_Car in business_Accace t is no longer possible to deduct 100% of VAT charged when buying a company car in Poland. Yet it is enough to cross the southern border to exert such a privilege. A growing number of entrepreneurs already choose to do so and market experts predict a further growth. Would you like
The latest issue of The Outsourcing Journal Special Editions is published on the occasion of the ITO&BPO GERMANY FORUM 2014, which took place on October 1st in Berlin. At the forum attendees were not only discussing current ITO and BPO market conditions for Germany, but also opportunities to tap the potential of Germany for