Social insurance: 25%
Health insurance 9%
Social insurance 6.5%
Health insurance 4.5%
|GROSS INCOME||PROGRESSIVE TAX RATE|
|Up to CZK 1,867,728||15%|
|Over CZK 1,867,728||23%|
Paid time off: 20 days + 13 public holidays
Paternity: 2 weeks
Sick leave: 380 days. The first 14 calendar days of illness are paid by the employer; from the 15th day onwards, the Czech Republic Social Security benefit provides the coverage
Parental: The length of parental leave is not stipulated in Czech employment law. However, an allowance is stipulated, which is CZK 300,000 (CZK 450,000 in case of multiple children). Since the Czech Republic is a European Union member, all Czech Republic employers have to make sure that employees get at least two months of parental leave.
Maternity: 22 weeks for the birth or adoption of one child, 31 weeks for multiple
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Partnering with an Employer of Record Czech Republic (temp agency licenced)
As with every other country, there are certain costs associated with employing a worker in Czech Republic that come on top of the gross salary you are offering. A Czech Republic employer must contribute to social insurance, which covers pension, unemployment benefits and sickness, as well as health insurance. To view the exact percentages and amounts given the salary you are planning to offer, you can use our handy calculator tool.
In Czech Republic, the model for employing a worker on behalf of another requires a temp agency licence. Employing someone through this temp agency means that Boundless is the legal employer of the individual, as far as the Czech government, tax, and employment authorities are concerned. We are responsible for:
Boundless as the Employer of Record Czech Republic (temp agency) files all pertinent taxes and social contributions as they relate to the compliant employment of an individual in their home country.
Both Czech Republic employers and Czech Republic employees have to pay taxes. For employers, these include social insurance, which covers pension, unemployment benefits and sickness, as well as health insurance. For employees, these are social insurance and health insurance contributions, as well as income tax. To get a clear overview of both employee and employer taxes, use our salary breakdown calculator, submitting any additional data needed and get a downloadable pdf like this one.