If you are working in employment in Hungary, you have a social security booklet to your name that contains information about your insurance status. If you are working your first job, you have probably never seen it, and you will not see it until your last day at your current employer.
Starting from 1 November 2023, a new residency option will become available to third country nationals coming to work in Hungary. The new “guest worker residency” promises a simplified procedure in exchange for the curtailment of some options, but only people working for specific employers and in specific projects will be eligible.
Another recent buzzword in HR is “career cushioning”, which, from the perspective of the employer, is mostly about how employees stay on the lookout for new opportunities at different organizations. However, it also has various side effects that actually benefit your business.
Just like quiet quitting, quiet firing is not a new phenomenon, just a new, fitting name to sum up certain workplace practices. Unlike quiet quitting, however, quiet firing can actively hurt your business many ways. Read on to learn how it works and how you can build a better organization.
Quiet quitting is a new term that started circulating over the last year or so. It refers to employees doing the bare minimum at their job, as if they were already considering quitting – a behavior that gives rise to frustration among employers. What can you do against it? Get a better idea below.
The Hungarian Immigration Office has recently published its 2022 summaries, while the Hungarian Central Office of Statistics regularly publishes data about employment rates and empty positions. Get an overview of the latest data, and see what that means for your Hungarian business.
Employees often have very specific, special skills which an employer might not want to see in the service of the competition. In such cases, a non-compete agreement can be drawn up. Read on to learn how that works.
Severance pay refers to a payment an employee shall receive upon termination of their employment. In Hungary, it applies after at least 3 years of employment, while a few other conditions must be met too.
Foreign employees living in Hungary based on a work permit are eligible for the same tax benefits as Hungarian citizens. This applies to child benefits too, which might be relevant if the family of an employee is also in Hungary on residency for family unification.