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Step by step guidelines
A person interested in doing business needs to know regulations related to the activity he/she intends to conduct, conditions that have to met, and permissions, certificates and stamps that have to be acquired. He/she is also concerned if application forms are available, where to send them and what happens to them afterwards.
Run your business
Do you need to know everything important about area of human resources management, compulsory duties - related to accounting and audit - needed for running business in the Czech Republic, environmental rules or company´s legal obligations towards the environment and dealing with their employees as a part of the companies responsibility? Find it out in these section.
Working Environment and employment
An important area of human resources management is acquisition and selection of employees, their motivation to desired employment performance, education and development of employees. Entrepreneurs in the area of human resources must proceed in compliance with a number of legal regulations.
Licences and permits, rules and regulation schemes (requirements for cross-border provision)
Foreign legal entities are allowed to conduct trade activities under the same conditions and to the same extent as Czech entrepreneurs. They may become founders or cofounders of a company, or may join an existing Czech company. Foreign companies may operate in the Czech Republic, either by establishing a branch office registered in the Czech Republic or by establishing a Czech company. The following document provides useful information on the process of establishing a new company under the Czech law.
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