Recruitment Malta – Tips For Hiring Employees
Employment Contract in Malta – An Overview
The National Minimum Wage is the minimum pay rate per week most workers in Malta are entitled to by law. This is the lowest amount a worker can legally be paid for his or her work.read more
Rules on overtime vary by sector and are governed by the Wage Regulation Order (WRO) that applies to the particular activities you are carrying out. If your job or sector is not covered by a WRO, then the default overtime rate is 1.5 times your ordinary pay and will apply to any hours worked over 40 per week.read more
A work contract to provide services in Malta is also known as an employment contract and it serves as a security device for the employer and employee. It details rules and employment conditions, how to settle disputes and a pledge from the employee to offer services to the employer in return for wages.read more
The Continuation of Companies Regulation 2002 is a sub article (425) to the Companies Act (CAP386). This law came into force to allow corporate entities re-domiciliation to other jurisdictions.
Various incentives and a strong economy makes Malta the preferred EU country to settle in for U.S. businesses. This article will introduce the basics of the Maltese economy, company formation and residence programmes for U.S. citizens.
A co-operative is a great alternative to establish among competitors, in order to establish a body corporate being able to enter into agreements, fund and achieve a common goal.
People with a legal teaching permit to work in Malta and speak English as their first language have an opportunity to teach English as Foreign Language (TEFL) to more than 80,000 students in 50 different language schools who visit Malta annually.
Many expats choose Malta as their perfect destination to retire – and it’s easy to see why. With warm, sunny weather, low taxes, cheap properties, some of the best healthcare in the world, and an English-speaking population, it’s no wonder so many people choose to spend their twilight years here.