While offering attractive cross-border positions and managing costs effectively, it is important to note that the relocation of a workforce triggers a number of legal, tax and reporting duties.
Therefore, it is important for companies that engage foreign individuals and workers in Serbia (including secondments to local companies) to observe local rules and regulations, specifically those that pertain to the following:
- registration of a foreign citizen upon arrival (white card);
- obtaining a temporary or permanent residence permit;
- obtaining a work permit;
- taxation and rates that apply to foreign citizens in case of employment or secondment in Serbia (income tax, wage tax, annual personal income tax, contributions for compulsory social insurance, etc).
To meet these complex legislative requirements, Stojković Attorneys counsel clients on all legal, tax and practical aspects of international mobility implications in order to deliver a strategy in line with the client’s business plans and intentions, without losing sight of the employees’ needs and interests.
Consequently, a client’s business will profit on enhanced employee satisfaction, amplified overall efficiency and reduced or eliminated compliance risks.
Finally, working with us will ensure business objectives are met in view of the fact that Stojković Attorneys’ professionals are experienced in handling mobility matters.