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Graduates, what should you know about your future salary?

29 September 2020

That to graduate is a test of maturity? At a certain moment in time, yes. The real test is the transition from student life to the carousel of working life. If you have just graduated, completed your studies or still have those landmarks in front of you, we will advise you on how to adapt yourself as quickly as possible to the world of earnings, payslips and salary negotiations.

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What is the position of front-line employees in the COVID-19 fight compared to the national average wage?

19 June 2020

A head nurse earns (with all his/her extras) almost as much as the total average salary in Slovakia. Their Czech colleagues are in a slightly better situation. They earn 16 % more per month than the national average. In Hungary, by contrast, head nurses earn significantly less than the national salary. The numbers of payroll websites supported by Paylab.com show the position of first-line employees in terms of salaries. To support the debate on the wages of key workers, a comprehensive wage analysis is now FREE for anyone interested.

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How and when to request a salary increase

5 June 2020

Subconsciously we associate salary increases with the end of the year, which is typically when companies conduct employee annual reviews. This is an opportunity for an objective and subjective assessment of successes achieved over the past year. There are many opportunities and reasons to request a salary increase, but they all have one thing in common: diligent preparation. Before you decide to request a salary increase, summarise all of the points that may help you to succeed. We’ve prepared a number of helpful tips for how to do just that.

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Working in a Coronavirus World

20 May 2020

Throughout the world the Covid-19 epidemic has had a far-reaching effect on every single aspect of life. In business terms, according to the BBC News online a total of 81% of the global workforce of 3.3. billion people have had their workplace fully or partly closed due to the outbreak.

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5 tips for surviving working from home

1 April 2020

With the current situation, anyone who can work from home already is. These are safety measures that we’re all going to have deal with over the coming days and weeks. We’ve got a few practical tips for surviving in the home office.

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Parenthood in Europe – a Comparison of the Basic Conditions for Employees

12 March 2020

Pregnancy is supposed to be the happiest time of a mother-to-be’s life, but it can also be quite stressful. Naturally, a pregnant employee is constantly thinking about her unborn baby AND the responsibilities demanded at work. The last thing a pregnant mother wants to spend time worrying about is whether her job is safe after she has taken the entitled time off work to deal with her pregnancy and, eventually, the new child.

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Most effective strategies for saving money

6 February 2020

Saving money can help to significantly simplify your life. Savings give you financial freedom in unexpected situations, and regularly adding to your savings can help you take a more responsible approach to your finances. Having a bit extra in your account and watching it grow over time is certainly a better feeling than going into the red every month. We lookat the most effective saving methods to help you achieve financial independence.

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8 apps to help you save money

20 January 2020

Are you making full use of your smartphone? A smartphone shouldn’t be limited to calls, social networks and games. Fill yours up with apps designed to make your life easier and to help keep your finances in order. We can recommend some worth trying.

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