While salaries in the Czech Republic are on the rise, the health care sector is seeing some of the biggest surges
The cloud-based data management company is rapidly growing in Prague, and seeks to triple in size over the next five years.
Eurostat numbers once again peg the Czech Republic’s unemployment rate at a miniscule 1.9%, still the lowest ever recorded
Despite Czech law prohibiting employment discrimination based on gender, age, health, citizenship, or race, discriminatory practices were found in 80% of companies
Forget a 13th salary bonus: companies in the Czech Republic are now giving employees a full two-month salary bonus this year
According to a Workmonitor study by Randstad, fear of losing one’s job in the Czech Republic is on the rise
According to data published by the Czech Labor Office on Monday, the number of unemployed in the Czech Republic is the lowest since 1997
Wages in the Czech Republic are on a steep rise, but will they ever match the country’s Western neighbors? And should they?
Unemployment in the Czech Republic dipped to 2.8% in October, the lowest reported number since June 1997
Czech members of parliament from KSČM are pushing for all employees to be entitled to five weeks paid vacation