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LABOUR CODE LAYS DOWN THE RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES
The rights and obligations of employers and employees in the Czech Republic are defined mainly by Act No. 262/2006 Coll., the Labour Code.Full article you can find: https://issuu.com/ppagency/do...
CHANGES TO CZECH EMPLOYMENT LAW
Changes in Czech employment law are ongoing and usually have a significant impact on all Czech employers.Full article you can find: https://issuu.com/ppagency/docs/db_aj_2015_web/66
EMPLOYMENT OF FOREIGNERS: EMPLOYEE CARD
For the purposes of employing foreign nationals, citizens of the EU, the EEA, and Switzerland(hereinafter EU citizens) are not considered as foreigners under Czech law. Therefore they have thesa...
HOW WELL ARE CZECHS EDUCATED?
The rapid development of Information Technologies gives rise to new professions and the labour market is calling for ever more people with technical skills, while the importance and value of edu...
EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC ARE EXCEPTIONAL
The Czech Republic, like all other socially advanced countries the world over, offers access to educationnot only to its own citizens, but also to foreign nationals. Migration for the purposes o...
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