It depends on the job position. We require English for most of the office jobs, for some of them it is necessary to speak one more world languge (mostly German).
The company organizes
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2. a) What is the minimum wage? b) Will the wage change after spending some years in this job?
It depends on the job position too. Each position is placed in its own “tariff class“. The most frequent worker’s wage begins at 60,90 crowns/hour (it is called “training“). It goes up just after first 3 months at work. Then the wage is determined by the worker’s achievement, skills, approach and so on.
This kind of wage system is similar in office positions. However, the “tariff classes“ are determined by month-wages, not by hour-wages.
3. If I am sick and I don’t go to work, am I paid? (How much?)
It is the same in all companies - according to the law.
It depends on the system of shifts. It is usually 7,5 hours a day - it means 37,5 hours a week.
5. a) Do I need IT skills? b) Do I need a driving licence?
It again depends on the job position. For all office positions it is required to be able to work with MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, eventually Access), MS Outlook, the Internet, eventually some specialized programmes. You also need a driving licence for a car to 3,5 tons.
6. Do you offer accomodation and transportation if the job is far from home?
The company provides transport benefits to its employees according to the distance of commuting. There are 3 zones of the distance, the benefit is paid twice a year. In some cases, the company also provides accommodation and financially supports it for some limited time.
It depends on the employee's job performance, approach, skills and qualification. All employees are regularly assessed by their superiors. Then the employee's career progress is discussed. In the company, there have been lots of cases of great promotions. For example from a worker to a leader position, or some of those, who started working as graduates are working at high positions abroad now.