Czexit: How businesses see it

Nearly 40% of Czech people hold a negative view of the EU (2017). Many foreign and Czech companies based in the country are concerned about the possibility of Czexit actually taking place. Photo credit: Pixabay  By Anastasia Alexandridou A March survey of 150 companies commissioned by The German-Czech Chamber of Industry and Commerce (DTIHK) showed

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Companies want to hire Vietnamese workers – visa process fails

Czech companies seek to hire Vietnamese manual workers. Photo: United States Air Force / Creative Commons Czech-based corporations are looking to hire foreigners, but the Visa processes pose a drawback. The Czech-Vietnamese business relationships are ready to tackle the problem concerning the Visa registration system. The government has recently submitted a new proposal. The demand

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Czech Immigration Law Amendment Explained

August 2017 brought changes for foreign nationals in the Czech Republic in terms of residency status and running a business. Employment and Business in the Czech Republic after the New Immigration Act Amendment – Kateřina Lenochová from the biggest Czech relocation agency Foreigners.cz explains (http://www.foreigners.cz/). An applicant for renewal of Employee Card has the opportunity

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Employment and Business in the Czech Republic after the New Immigration Act Amendment

August 15, 2017 brought significant changes for foreigners in terms of both residency status and running a business. Rules are stricter and unclear. More backing documents and less carelessness for employees and corporations – that is the Amendment. Photo: Pixabay The following applies to non-EU nationals residing in the Czech Republic. 5 instead of 2 years

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