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Hiring in XkKosovo.

Population

1,761,985

Languages

1.

Albanian

2.

Serbian

Country Capital

Pristina

Currency

Euro (€) (EUR)

Kosovo’s small population makes it difficult to recruit and hire talented and highly educated employees for open positions. Plus, you have to follow Kosovo’s employment compliance laws and continue to run your parent company and new subsidiary.

G-P can take recruiting and following the state’s employment compliance laws off your shoulders through Kosovo hiring outsourcing. We’ll use our subsidiaries around the globe to help you expand in as little as a day without having to set up your own entity. From recruiting to hiring to onboarding, we’ll help you expand with ease.

Recruiting in Kosovo

When you start the Kosovo recruiting process, you need to know the best places to post jobs. You can advertise on more general career sites such as Oferta Pune, Career Jet, Go Abroad, and LinkedIn. You should also look for more niche sites related to your industry to get more tailored resumes. It’s a good idea to hire human resources personnel who can respond to emails or phone inquiries, as some candidates are more likely to reach out to your company directly.

You may find that you are approached by younger job seekers in Kosovo. Eighteen is the minimum age of employment for any type of work that could jeopardize someone’s health, safety, or morals. Anyone under 18 but older than 15 can do light work that will not harm their health or development and doesn’t affect school attendance.

How to Hire Employees in Kosovo

Compliance laws require that you hire Kosovo employees using written employment contracts. Contracts must include specific details of the employment agreement such as duties, working hours, compensation, benefits, termination requirements, and more. We recommend using a strong contract written in Albanian or Serbian and if you include salary or compensation amounts, use Euros instead of another currency.

Kosovo Employment Laws

The Constitution of the Republic of Kosovo, the Law on Labor, and the Law on Protection from Discrimination give employees protection from all types of discrimination. You can’t make exclusions or preferences for any employees based on race, color, sex, religion, age, language, political opinion, union membership, or a similar factor. Sexual harassment is also strictly prohibited, but there are no requirements to conduct sexual harassment training.

If you have any employment-related disputes, you should submit them to the Basic Court General Department to get adjudicated by one professional judge. Typically, disputes get solved through mediation.

You can also carry out pre-employment checks per the Law on the Protection of Personal Data. However, you must have the employee’s consent to process personal information. If you want to transfer personal data to other countries, you can only do so to jurisdictions with a proper level of data protection. Additionally, some examinations, such as criminal records and medical checks, can only be processed if the data is necessary to fulfill employment obligations.

Keep in mind that trade unions are permitted in Kosovo through the Law for Organizing Trade Unions. If employees are in a trade union, they can protest, strike, and more. Kosovo employment compliance laws could change if employees are a part of a trade union, so you should research the applicable regulations before hiring employees.

Onboarding in Kosovo

After you hire Kosovo employees, you need to onboard them according to your company’s laws and the employees’ specific positions. Start by reviewing the employment contract and any other company bylaws you want employees to know about. Then, you should enroll them in a training program, either with your company or with a third-party program that will prepare them for their position.

Smaller subsidiaries can complete this onboarding process with several new employees at one time. If you have the means to do so, try scheduling several new employees to start at the same time.

Benefits of Hiring Outsourcing in Kosovo

As a new company in Kosovo, you have many tasks to focus on, including hiring, payroll, benefits and compensation, and more. Kosovo hiring outsourcing with G-P will take the stress off your shoulders. We’ll work hard to recruit the best employees for your team or onboard candidates you’re already sold on. Our team will hire all your employees through our Kosovo PEO so that you don’t have to set up your own subsidiary. Then, we’ll assign those individuals to work for your company.

Work With G-P To Expand Globally

You can rely on G-P as the Employer of Record to make your expansion quick, simple, and fully compliant. Contact us today for more information about Kosovo hiring outsourcing services.

Disclaimer

THIS CONTENT IS FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE LEGAL OR TAX ADVICE. You should always consult with and rely on your own legal and/or tax advisor(s). G-P does not provide legal or tax advice. The information is general and not tailored to a specific company or workforce and does not reflect G-P’s product delivery in any given jurisdiction. G-P makes no representations or warranties concerning the accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of this information and shall have no liability arising out of or in connection with it, including any loss caused by use of, or reliance on, the information.

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