Recruitment agencies in Slovakia
are incorporated to provide recruitment services
to both natural persons searching for jobs
in this country, but also to businesses established here which are interested to find suitable candidates
for their jobs openings
. A recruitment agency
is incorporated following the procedures established under the Slovakian legislation
. Our team of Slovakian company formation representatives
can help local and foreign entrepreneurs to register a recruitment company
, but also to obtain business permits necessary for this activity.
Register a Slovakian recruitment company
Any company incorporated in Slovakia
must be represented by a trading name
, which should be a unique name on the Slovakian territory
. In order to verify the uniqueness of the business name
is interested in, he or she should register at the Commercial Register
. The institution is able to provide a certificate in this sense, after the name was approved.
Further on, the investor should notarize the statutory documents
of the company – the memorandum and the articles of association, which are drafted in accordance with the legal entity
under which the company will carry out its activity in Slovakia
A particularity of the Slovak system refers to the registration of the company for trading license, income tax and health insurance. All these procedures can be performed at the Trade Licensing Office, an entity working under the One-stop-shop agency. Moreover, the investor can apply for the above mentioned by submitting only one form.
Legal entities available in Slovakia
• general partnership;
• limited partnership;
• joint stock company.
Such entities are established with the purpose of conducting business activities, but, under the stipulations of the local law, they can be also incorporated for non-commercial activities (the rule is applicable only for the LLC and joint stock companies).
Recruitment services in Slovakia
Recruitment agencies can provide assistance not only for finding a suitable candidate for a certain position, but they can also intermediate related activities, such as the assistance in obtaining a work permit in Slovakia for persons who want to relocate for work purposes here.
As a general rule, the work permit is issued for a period of two years, but the local authorities can issue permits available for a period of maximum 6 months, in the case of seasonal contracts.