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  • Czech Job Market: Trends in 2017

    Czech Job Market: Trends in 2017

    Czech job market will offer higher salaries, more intense talent hunting, and new opportunities for foreigners and generation 50+. The number of job vacancies is higher than ever in the Czech history. Recruiters send a clear message to those who consider changing their job: “Now is the time.” With insufficient suitable human resources in theRead More »
  • 7 Job Interview Tips from a Professional Recruiter

    7 Job Interview Tips from a Professional Recruiter

    We want you to be successful, so we thought we’d give you some tips and advice on what to do at your job interview! Practice Practice answering interview questions and practice your responses to the typical questions you might be asked. Think of concrete examples you can use to highlight your skills. Providing evidence ofRead More »
  • How to Get a Raise?

    How to Get a Raise?

    Is there a smile on your face when you open your wallet? On mine not, especially when the end of the month is just around the corner. The unemployment rate in the Czech Republic is hitting its low, salary freezes is continuing to thaw, and this may be your year to finally go for it.Read More »

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  • The Truth about Your Czech Colleagues

    The Truth about Your Czech Colleagues

    We’ve heard many peculiar office stories — from a boss stealing people’s lunches to the receptionist who wouldn’t stop hugging visitors, but these are outliers; what any expat in the Czech Republic certainly will encounter at the workplace, though, are the cultural differences. What are the Czech people at work like? To understand better the typical Czech behaviorRead More »
  • What Changes for Employees, Freelancers, and Employers? Taxes in 2017

    What Changes for Employees, Freelancers, and Employers? Taxes in 2017

    Employees in the Czech Republic can expect new, more beneficial, pro-family personal tax allowances in 2017. The most important change that concerns employees, freelancers, and employers is the raise of minimum wage from CZK 9.900 to CZK 11.000. For freelancers, this change brings growth of tax advances for health insurance and social security contributions. TheRead More »
  • Public Holidays in the Czech Republic in 2017: Less Working Days and 6 Long Weekends

    Public Holidays in the Czech Republic in 2017: Less Working Days and 6 Long Weekends

    2017 brings mere 250 working days and 6 long weekends. Find here a complete list of Czech national holidays in 2017, spring holidays for children in regions of the Czech Republic, and basic information about remuneration of work during public holidays. There are 12 bank holidays in the Czech Republic. The dates of the holidaysRead More »

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