Czech Republic


Minimum wage to be increased

July 2013 - The Czech Government has approved a rise in the minimum wage from the current CZK 8,000 to CZK 8,500 with effect from 1 August 2013. The last time the minimum wage was increased was in 2007.

Affected by floods? We will advise you what steps to take next

Flooding that affects your business premises can be a trying situation for employees and employers. Do you know how the consequences of flooding are regulated in the Labour Code? And what to do when your accounting records are damaged or destroyed by water? Here are our tips and recommendations.

Popular employee benefits

Are you thinking about how to motivate your employees? We have prepared for you a hit parade of employee benefits. What’s more, some of them cost nothing extra!

What and When is the Right Reason and Time for Payroll Outsourcing?

If you want to save on  costs or it is important for you to protect sensitive information relating to the pay scales of your employees, then payroll outsourcing is the right step for you. Payroll outsourcing also provides a solution to the substitution of a payroll accountant when they are out of  office, and saves […]

Health Care Reforms Bringing Changes to Employers and Employees

Dear business partners, We would like to inform you about the health care reforms which have brought about the changes to the system of employees´ health checks and also apply to the obligations of employers. For information on the key changes, see the following list: Regardless of the number of employees, each employer is obliged […]