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Compandben Payroll Partner

SLOVENIA

COMPANDBEN

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The Compandben International Payroll Partner Slovenia

The Compandben partner in Slovenia is one of the most noted payroll accounting services and tax advisory companies in its country as well as in the other expanding markets of South East Europe, which makes it a valuable partner regionally and internationally.

Their highly skilled payroll team manages large payroll projects, whilst taking care to meet deadlines and respect thier clients timelines. It is also thanks to their efficient accounting processes that they are able to deal with the specific needs of each client. Electronically prepared payment orders for salary payouts, social security contributions and Employer of Record service are part of their standard offer.

It is due to their high degree of specialization and continuous training that the company is able to meet the client requirements and offer the highest quality of service to clients in English, German and Slovenian. Moreover, they specialize in the following industries: construction, trade, advertising tourism, finance, manufacture, pharma, agriculture and in the oil and gas industries.

Employment Services in Slovenia

The Compandben Employment Services Provider for Slovenia will employ staff on behalf of clients, so that the client does not need to set up a legal entity in Slovenia.

Contact Compandben

John Tinsley
Compandben HR Consultancy
5 Rue de L’Orangerie
1202 Geneva
Switzerland
+ 41 79 285 9713
info@compandben.com
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Compandben’s International HR Services 

The Compandben partner in Slovenia has been in existence since 2005. It has 5 employees,  25 active clients and performs payroll administration for 250 employees each month. Some of the well known clients are Volvo trucks, Peugeot, JTI, Lafarge, Citrix, and Samsung.

range of services are provided including

  • Payroll Administration
  • Employment Services where we will employ individuals for firms that do not want to directly employ staff
  • HR Advice, employment contracts, employment conditions, terminations etc.
  • Tax efficient salary structures
  • Work permits for foreign employees
  • Remuneration and Benefits advice, survey and implementation
  • Assisting clients when establishing companies in Slovenia
  • Expatriate Administration – including split payrolls and home/host social security
TERMS AND CONDITIONS 

COUNTRY DATA 

If you are thinking of employing someone in Slovenia you need to remember the following, and understand the various mandatory payments you’re obliged to include in the final cost per person.

1. It’s possible for a foreign company to be registered as an Employer in Slovenia without having to set up a legal entity.

2. Apart from very senior executives, pension arrangements are normally provided by the local State. Private pensions are rare. Be careful not to automatically assume that employees will need private pensions, life insurance, health insurance, “401k” type plans, common in USA, etc

3. Payment of salaries is normally  monthly. Semi monthly payments, common in USA are almost unheard of and may pose problems in calculating paysheets. They are possible but with a great reporting hassle.

4. Total MANDATORY “add on” for Employer social charges is around 16,1 % of gross salary. This includes unemployment insurance, pension, medical insurance, and accident insurance.

5. Additional Medical coverage insurance is occasionally provided in multinationals.. Some companies provide this at no charge; some require employees to pay a part of the premium. The private medical coverage can complement the state medical provision. The provision of medical coverage is not tax effective – it is seen as a taxable benefit.

6. Tax is normally withheld at source through the payroll.

7. The employment contract must be in Slovene local language. We can provide draft contracts for you.

8. Social charges payable by the employee and deducted from salary are around 22,1 % of gross pay. The taxable salary is then the Gross minus the Employee Social contributions. . Simulations are available on our local partner’s web site and they have developed an iPhone/iPad free App.