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Employer of Record Czech Republic

Hire staff and expand your business in Czech Republic with our fully-managed EOR Service

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Unrivalled Employer of Record Service in Czech Republic designed to expand your business seamlessly

Agility EOR delivers services for business’s looking for an Employer of Record in Czech Republic. We help clients hire new employees or transfer existing employees into a fully-managed EOR service.

We appreciate that each situation and business is different. That is why our personal approach to Employer of Record Services in Czech Republic takes care of all HR, payroll, recruitment and compliance head aches, and allows you to do what you love best – driving your business forward.

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Employer of Record in Czech Republic

A Brief Guide to Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is a country in Central Europe, known for its rich history, diverse culture, and stunning architecture. It has a parliamentary system of government and is a member of the European Union, the United Nations, and various international organizations. The nation has a growing economy driven by various industries.




Central Europe



Official Language:



78,866 square kilometers


Approximately 10.7 million


Czech Koruna (CZK)

Major Cities:

Brno, Ostrava, Pilsen, Olomouc

GDP (2020):

$246 billion USD

Human Development Index (HDI):

0.900 (very high)

Major Industries:

Automotive, engineering, electronics, chemicals, and pharmaceuticals


Business Culture

Business Culture in Czech Republic

Business culture in the Czech Republic values professionalism, relationship-building, and respect for hierarchy. Punctuality is important, as well as appropriate attire and courtesy. Decisions are often made by top-level executives, and personal connections play a significant role. Engaging in small talk and socializing is common before discussing business matters.

Being well-prepared and demonstrating expertise is crucial when conducting business in the Czech Republic. A proper work-life balance is appreciated, and adhering to business etiquette, such as exchanging business cards and using proper titles, is expected.

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Payroll and Taxes

Payroll and Taxes in Czech Republic

There is no statutory requirement to pay a 13/14th month in Czech Republic.

Employee Taxation

Income tax rates in the Czech Republic are progressive:

Gross Annual Income

Tax Rate (%)

Up to CZK 1,701,168


Over CZK 1,701,168


Employer Taxation

Employer costs in the Czech Republic extend beyond the gross salary paid to employees. Employers are also responsible for various costs, which may include:

Employer Costs in Croatia

Approximate % of Gross Salary

Social Security Contributions


Public Health Insurance


Accident Insurance



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Employment Law

Employment Law in Czech Republic

Employment Contracts: In the Czech Republic, employment contracts should be written, outlining essential details such as employment duration, working hours, salary, and termination notice periods.

Working Hours: The standard maximum working time in the Czech Republic is 40 hours per week or 8 hours per day. Overtime work is regulated, with compensation for extra hours.

Leave: Employees in the Czech Republic are entitled to various types of leave, including paid annual leave (minimum of 20 working days per year), maternity leave, paternity leave, sick leave, and family care leave.


In the Czech Republic, overtime occurs when an employee works beyond their standard working hours, as specified in their employment contract. Employers are required to compensate for this additional time, typically by offering extra pay or compensatory time off.

Termination: Termination of employment in the Czech Republic requires proper notice, which varies depending on the length of employment. Unjustified termination can lead to claims for damages or reinstatement.

Employees Rights: Employees in the Czech Republic have various rights, such as the right to equal treatment, protection against discrimination, and freedom of association. Regulations address working conditions, workplace safety, and employee representation.

Public Holidays

Czech Republic Public Holidays

New Year’s Day:

1st January

Easter Monday:


Labor Day:

1st May

Victory Day:

8th May

Saints Cyril and Methodius Day:

5th July

Jan Hus Day:

6th July

Czech Statehood Day:

28th September

Independent Czechoslovak State Day:

28th October

Struggle for Freedom and Democracy Day:

17th November

Christmas Eve:

24th December

Christmas Day:

25th December

St. Stephen’s Day:

26th December


Pension and Healthcare

Czech Republic Pensions

In the Czech Republic, there is a mandatory state pension system funded by social security contributions from both employees and employers. The contribution rates, as a percentage of an employee’s gross salary, are as follows:

  • Employees: 6.5% for pension insurance
  • Employers: 21.5% for pension insurance

Healthcare in Czech Republic

The Czech Republic has a public healthcare system that provides basic medical services to its residents. The system is funded through social health insurance contributions from employees and employers, as well as government subsidies and general tax revenues.

Employer of Record Czech Republic

Work Permits in Czech Republic

In the Czech Republic, immigration is a regulated process, just like in any other country. To immigrate, you’ll generally need to apply for a specific type of visa or residency permit based on your purpose for moving, such as work, study, or family reunification.

Work visas typically require a job offer from a Czech employer, while student visas require enrollment in a recognized educational institution. Family reunification visas may be available to those who have family members living in the Czech Republic.

To obtain a residency permit, you’ll need to meet certain criteria, such as providing proof of sufficient financial resources, having valid health insurance, and passing a background check. Since the official language in the Czech Republic is Czech, learning the language may be helpful for navigating the immigration process and integrating into the local community.

Once you’ve obtained a residency permit, you’ll need to renew it periodically and adhere to the specific conditions tied to your permit. If you’re interested in becoming a permanent resident or even a citizen, you’ll have to follow additional steps and meet certain requirements, such as living in the Czech Republic for a specified number of years.

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The Benefits

Czech Republic Employer of Record Benefits

When you choose Agility EOR to expand in Czech Republic, we guarantee an Employer of Record Service tailored to the needs of your business


We are on top of regulatory changes in Czech Republic so you can relax.

Cost reduction

Allow our economies of scale to work in your favour.

High Service Levels

You and your employees have a dedicated account manager.

Fixed Cost Pricing

We will agree our professional fees up front based on your needs - no nasty surprises!

Consolidated Invoicing & Payments

Make one monthly payment to cover all your tax, social and wages costs from one to one thousand employees.

Fast delivery

You can have 'boots on the ground' within days on our infrastructure.

Reduced Risk

All wage taxes are remitted in full to the Czech Republic authorities by professionals ensuring liabilities are met, giving you peace of mind.

Supply Chain Transparency

We only pay employees through local full employed solutions meaning Czech Republic payroll tax is paid on all funds.

Save Time and Money

Our expertise is at your disposal. The need for you to have internal HR, Payroll and admin staff is eliminated.

Without Agility EOR, our ability to move quickly and scale would be extremely limited. Superb work from A to Z.

Carol Oliveira