- Labour Code, Foreign employment
- Employment of Foreigners
Definition of Terms , Entry of Foreigners into the Labour Market , Employer’s Procedure , Foreigner’s Procedure , Special Cases , Free entry to the labour market , Posting of Foreigners to the Czech Republic , Business Travels , Extension of Employment Permit , Validity of Employment Permit , Administrative Offences
- Employment of EU Citizens
Employment of citizens of the EU/EEA, Switzerland and their family members
Legal status , Entry into the labour market , Employer’s obligation
- Employee cards
Long-term residence permit for the purpose of employment in the Czech Republic - employee card - combines a long-term residence permit and a work permit in a single document.
Vacancies search , For foreigners , For employers , Frequently asked questions , Application form , Offices of the MoI , Job offeres and CV
- Blue Cards
Long-term residence permitto pursue a highly skilled employment – Blue Card – combines the long-term residence permit and the employment permit in a single document
Vacancies search , For Foreigners , For Employers , Frequently Asked Questions , Application form , Offices of MoI , Job offeres and CV
- Agency Employment of Foreigners
Labour agencies may employ natural persons as full-time employees or, if they have a permit from the Labour Office of the Czech Republic - Directorate General, to mediate their employees in the form of temporary assignments to work with another legal or natural person (the so-called user).
- Internally Transferred Employees
This new type of dual permit for long-term residence in the Czech Republic allows its holder to stay in the Czech Republic for more than 3 months and to work in a job position of a manager, specialist or employed trainee, to whom the foreigner has been temporarily transferred to the transnational company.
- International Agreements
Employment of foreigners under concluded international agreements, Additional Agreements you can find at Mezinárodní smlouvy a Memoranda
- Jobs for Foreigners
Database of vacancies in the Czech Republic available to all foreigners. Free on-line registration of offer and application.
Vacancies search , Sign Up as a Job-Seeker
- Maintenance of Records on Foreigners and the EU
Maintenance of records on foreigners, citizens of the EU/EEA, Switzerland and their family members
The employer is obliged to report any change in the above-mentioned data within 10 calendar days of the date on which the change occurred or became known to the relevant regional branch of the Labour Office of the Czech Republic.
Retention of documents
The employer is obliged to keep copies of the documents proving the foreign national's lawful residence in the territory of the Czech Republic for the duration of employment and for 3 years after the end of employment of the foreign national.
The employer is obliged to keep copies of documents proving the existence of the employment relationship at the place of work. Compliance with the obligation under the first sentence shall not be required if the employer has fulfilled the obligation to notify the district social security administration of the date of the employee's commencement of employment which gave rise to his or her participation in sickness insurance under the Health Insurance Act.
- Downloadable forms
Downloadable forms from the field of foreign employment
- Economic Migration Projects
Migration programs serve to simplify access to the labor market for selected workers from abroad and to strengthen the competitiveness of Czech companies. These projects are the Key and Scientific Staff Program, the Highly Qualified Employee Program and the Qualified Employee Program.
Poslední aktualizace: 21. 8. 2023