The process of hiring non-EU employees is still long

Despite the government’s promise to simplify the recruitment of foreigners, most leading representatives of business service centres in Slovakia agree there are still some obstacles.

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This text was published as part of the special supplement on Business service centres, prepared in cooperation with AmCham Slovakia BSCF.

Q: How was your company affected by the changes in labour legislation concerning the recruitment of employees coming from non-EU countries? What other changes would you welcome in this regard?

Paul Burt, General Manager, IBM ISC

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