The Hungarian work permit is tied to the job it was issued for. If you get a new job, you need a new work permit. But what to do when you want to work two jobs at the same time, that is, to get a side job? Read on and find out.
When you hear the word “cafeteria”, normally you would think of a self-service restaurant. In Hungary, however, “cafeteria” is the collective term for fringe benefits you can give your employees above their gross salary. Learn how it works, and see if it can be beneficial to your Hungarian company.
The work permit issued to third country nationals in Hungary is always tied to a specific job. Because of this, there should be an agreement between the employer and the employee before the work permit application is submitted. The agreement is preferably a labor contract (although it can also be a preliminary agreement as well).
When you are moving your business to Hungary, you should be aware of the regulations that will apply to your employees. Working time in Hungary is strictly regulated to ensure that employees can maintain a healthy work-life balance, while employers can take advantage of their workers remaining healthy and motivated. Read our comprehensive summary to learn what you can expect from your employees.
The simple answer is no, you do not need a university degree to get a work permit in Hungary. However, you still need to prove that you are qualified for the job you want to perform in Hungary. So how does that work? Let us explain!
The Labor Code in Hungary (and in the EU) aims at protecting the rights of both the employer and the employee. It also includes how and when an employment relationship can be terminated – while immigration law governs what happens to the work permit when that happens.
Every employer must make sure their employees work in a safe environment. Law governs safety measures that must be applied at every work place, and that includes providing employees the knowledge for reducing risks. This is usually realized over work safety trainings to employees.
When you operate a business in Hungary, it is your responsibility to ensure that employees remain fit for performing their tasks. Arranging for yearly health checkups for your employees is an essential part of this.