Economy Ministry to scrutinize rules on payroll, temporary staffing, vacation
Hungary’s National Economy Ministry is planning to focus on companiesʼ compliance with rules on payroll, temporary staffing and vacation allowance during audits next year, Hungarian news agency MTI reported this morning, citing a plan posted on the ministryʼs website.
The ministry said that the audits are expected to help reduce “competitive disadvantages for honest, law-abiding companies”, MTI reported.
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