Office centers and abroad invest in the Czech Republic for the work of foreigners from Western Europe. The number of German, British or Rakuan who work for us on local salaries has doubled since joining the Union. The Italian and French are even tikrt vce and panl tyikrt vce not in 2004.
The number of employees with a passport from one of the six countries increased from three thousand to seven thousand during that time. When the country joined the west of our borders, more than ten thousand foreigners work with us.
You can find work at European centers of companies such as ExxonMobil, DHL, Hewlett Packard, Siemens, IBM, Accenture or CSC. They work for people of different nationalities. “It doesn’t matter what their birth rate is, just what they can do and what they say,” describes Gero Dill from CSC, who provides a service center for several German and local clients.
I work side by side with pota ei, Poles, Slovaks, Germans, Brits or Bulhai, ten nationalities among 150 people. What about it? Nevad. Wages in these administrative centers are about thirty percent lower than from the border, for university students they cost 25 thousand crowns.
“Since joining the EU, the average wage in euros has risen the fastest in all of the ten new member states. Salaries in top management positions are slowly catching up in western Europe, ”explains one of the pins Darina Farkasov from Hudson’s headhunters.
In addition, local wages are rising by a tenth of a year, the strong koruna and still relatively lower prices will help convert the euro. “In Germany, he will receive roughly a full salary, here only his aunt. In the end, they will stay there for a fee, not with us, ”adds Dave Bass from CSC.
It’s a Brit who runs service centers around the world. He drank from Kuala Lumpur last year and this year the company sent him to it. Fifteen Nmcs work for Siemens, which has twelve thousand employees. “Most of them are people who moved here for personal reasons,” describes Jan Kopeck from Siemens.
Most of the foreigners who come here have a good job, so companies look around the border. “You can work in the Netherlands, Germany or France,” said Ji Halbrtt of Manpower. Foreigners lived mainly in Prague and Central Bohemia, but there are also Pilsen, Brno and Ostrava regions.