Why Do Czech People Kiss on May 1st – Labor Day?

1st of May is just another very welcome day off work for many. Labor day (Czech: Svátek práce, První máj) is nowadays celebrated in the Czech Republic by… a kiss! Sounds strange? Find out more! First day of May is worldwide celebrated as International Workers’ Day or Labor Day in commemoration of various historic achievements of

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Czech Labor Taxation among the Highest in EU

The taxation of labor is the largest source of European governments’ tax revenues. Czech Republic is one of the leaders in a marathon of taxation of people’s incomes – the country had the 8th highest tax wedge among 35 OECD member countries consequently in past two years. The tax wedge is a measure of the

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Relocation to the Czech Republic – Employee Cards for EU and Non-EU Nationals

The Czech Republic ranked among the most favorable countries for relocation among foreigners around the world in Expat Insider’s 2016 opinion poll. It’s not a surprise. Firstly, there are a lot of multinational companies seeking people with language skills and international experience; secondly, living standard is good; and finally, it’s a beautiful country. You have

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