Hire in Slovakia

Slovakia PEO &

Employer of Record

Hire & manage teams remotely in Slovakia without a local entity. We handle HR compliance, payroll & taxes so you can focus on your business.

EOR in Slovakia

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Slovak, English

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Time zone

UTC +2

EOR in Slovakia

EOR in Slovakia

Hire Employees in Slovakia

NNRoad provides professional employment organization (PEO) & employer of record (EOR) services in Slovakia to ensure that your business complies with local labor laws and regulations. We process monthly payroll and act as the Employer of Record, taking on all local employer liabilities.

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Employer of Record in Slovakia

Employer of Record (EOR) services are for companies who do not have a legal entity in Slovakia, but who want to hire localy. Employment and full liability are outsourced to NNRoad.

1. Candidate Selection

Select the candidates you want to hire in Slovakia.

2. Employee Onboarding

We sign a local labor contract with your employees based in Slovakia.

3. Compliance & Payroll

We manage monthly payroll, mandatory benefits & all HR compliance in Slovakia.

EOR service includes:

Hiring and termination of employees/local labor contracts (contract administration – engagement, extension termination and conversion to permanent hire).

All mandatory employer (and employee) contributions filed and paid for your EOR employees.

Payroll recording, reporting and administration.

Distribution of salaries to employees through direct deposit into their bank accounts.

Calculation, reporting, filing and processing of EOR employee’s individual income tax due.

Collecting and processing your employee’s invoices for business related expenses.

Guiding and organizing your expat employee’s work visa application too guarantee their successful onboarding.

Standalone Payroll & PEO in Slovakia

Professional Employment Organization (PEO) services are for companies who have a legal entity in Slovakia, and want to outsource their payroll. Employment liabilities are shared between your organization and NNRoad.

Employee Income Taxes:

Individual income tax rates in Slovakia are based on progressive tax brackets.

In Slovakia, the system used for employee income tax is an administrative income tax. This means the employer is responsible for declaring and deducting the income tax of their employees directly from their salaries before payment. The employers handle the tax calculations and remit the necessary amounts to the government, simplifying the process for employees.

Tax Brackets:

Sample Calculation

Employer Contribution

Employers in Slovakia are required to make several contributions on behalf of their employees, which include social security and health insurance. The total employer contribution is approximately 35% of the employee’s salary. This includes:

Social insurance: 24.60%
Health insurance: 10%
Guarantee insurance: 0.25%

Employee Contribution

Employees in Slovakia also contribute a portion of their salary towards social security and health benefits. The employee contribution rates are:

Social insurance: 9.40%
Health insurance: 4%

Social Security

Social security in Slovakia covers several areas including pension, sickness, and unemployment benefits. Both employers and employees contribute to this system to ensure coverage in various social and financial risks.

Pension Fund

In Slovakia, both employers and employees contribute to the pension fund. Employers contribute 14% of an employee’s salary, while employees contribute 4%.

Healthcare Insurance

Healthcare contributions are also shared, with employers contributing approximately 10% and employees 4% of the gross salary towards public healthcare insurance.

Working Hours Per Week

The standard working hours in Slovakia are 40 hours per week, typically spread over five working days, from Monday to Friday.


Overtime work in Slovakia is compensated at a minimum rate of 125% of the regular pay rate. The rate can increase depending on the timing of the overtime, such as weekends or holidays, and agreements within employment contracts.

The grounds for legal termination in Slovakia include performance issues, redundancy, breach of labor regulations, and mutual agreement. Employers must adhere to specific legal frameworks when terminating employment to ensure fairness and legality.


Standard severance payments in Slovakia depend on the length of service and the reasons for termination, typically ranging from one to six months of average earnings.

Notice Period

For employers, the notice period varies from one to three months, depending on the length of employment. For employees wishing to quit, the standard notice period is one month.

Employment Contract

Labor contracts in Slovakia must include terms such as job description, salary, working hours, notice period, and probation period details to ensure clarity and legal compliance.

Probation Period

The maximum legal duration for a probation period in Slovakia is six months for managerial positions and three months for other employees.

Annual Leave

Employees are entitled to a minimum of 20 paid days of mandatory annual leave per year.

Sick Leave

Sick leave provision includes 10 days of paid sick leave per year, after which it may be extended but often at a reduced compensation rate.

Maternity Leave

Maternity leave in Slovakia consists of 34 weeks of paid leave, which can be extended under certain conditions.

Paternity Leave

Fathers are entitled to 10 days of paid paternity leave in Slovakia, which can be taken within six weeks of the birth of the child.

Public Holidays

01/01 New Year’s Day
06/01 Epiphany
Easter Monday (date varies)
05/01 Labor Day
05/08 Victory over Fascism Day
07/05 St. Cyril and Methodius Day
08/29 Slovak National Uprising Anniversary
09/01 Constitution Day
09/15 Day of Our Lady of Sorrows
11/01 All Saints’ Day
12/24 Christmas Eve
12/25 Christmas Day
12/26 St. Stephen’s Day


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