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.
Some managers and experts are irreplaceable in a corporation. Their expertise may be needed when you are setting up a new entity in a foreign country, or when you are launching a new project at your foreign subsidiary. In these cases, you can send these precious employees on a temporary deputation. Third-country employees at your Hungarian company People who are not citizens of the EU may start working at a Hungarian company once they have received a work permit. However, there is a specific kind of work permit available to your employees if two main conditions apply: There is a close connection between the Hungarian and the foreign company – for example, the Hungarian company is a subsidiary of the company outside the EU or both companies belong to the…