One of the 10 best destinations for expats
Start Fresh in Prague, Czech Republic!
WHY CHOOSE CZECH REPUBLIC?
More than 200 EPAMers have already relocated from Ukraine, Russia, Armenia and more!
From St. Petersburg to Prague
Lev N. with his wife have recently relocated from St.Petersburg to Prague. Would you like to learn more about his journey?
From Togliatti to Prague
Aleksei Khripunov has recently relocated from Togliatti to Prague. Learn more about his journey.
10 Questions to Kristina Erofeeva. Family Relocation to EPAM Prague
Is it difficult to relocate to Czech with a family? How do the kids adapt? Find out more in our interview with Kristina Erofeeva!
Logistically, Czech Republic is a very convenient place to discover Europe.
As an employee of EPAM Systems (Czech Republic), you are covered by public health insurance from your first day of employment.
Public health insurance is free in Czech Republic if medical services are provided in a public hospital/medical institution, or if the hospital/medical institution has a contract with a public insurance provider. There are many hospitals and medical institutions that offer free quality medical services.
If an employee is sick (officially confirmed by a doctor), the employee will be fully compensated for three days.
How can I get from the airport to the corporate apartment?
Upon arrival in Prague, take a taxi or Uber. Reasonable transfer costs to and from the airport are covered as a part of your relocation package. Inform the taxi provider about your payment method and keep the receipt for expense reporting.
How should I register in Prague?
Every foreigner needs to register at the Ministry of the Interior (MOI) within three working days after arrival. Registration at the MOI is assisted by EPAM and a Czech translator will assist you with registration and provide your information. You can find address of the local MOI here: http://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/article/ministry-of-the-interior-ministry-of-the-interior.aspx
How can I get an employee card?
Non-EU citizens need to obtain a residence permit or visa in order to stay and legally work in Czech Republic. You need to apply for your employee card (EC) – a long-term residence permit that states the purpose of your stay in the country. Each EC is valid for one person, position and employer for up to two years, which is usually based on the term of the employment contract, and can be extended. Typically, an applicant is notified of their EC status within 60-90 days.
Your family must apply for a family reunion long-term visa, which is issued for up to one year. Applications for family reunion visas are typically approved within the same time frame as the main applicant’s application.
EPAM will assist you and your family in obtaining an EC and long-term residence permit.
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Another workshop from Integrační centrum Praha / Integration centre Prague for expats in our office! 🌍This time the topic was Paternity & Maternity leave. 👶🤸♀️🤸♂️
Projector UX Meetup with Kirill Shilin & Lucie Jančová with Petr Slavík from AR & VR studio BRAINZ 💡🖥🥽
Yesterday Management Club with our VP, Felix Kislik! 💡📓 #epam #growingwithepam #management
„I have never spoken if front of such a huge audience” - Kirill Shilin on TechEd-DevCon 2019 😮💡🙌 Read the full interview on our Facebook page!
Snap from Weekend Scratch Camp with @czechitas New Generation 🦊💡🖥 #proudpartners
🥳Celebrating May Birthdays! 🎂 #epam #birthday #party #may
Talking about Czech Labour Law with Integration Centre Prague!💡📓 Thanks to everybody for coming!🙌 #education #ICPraha #czechlabour #workinprague
Yesteday’s Coaching Club workshop! 💪Bringing communities to EPAM!👯♀️👯♂️ #meetup #PragueCoachingClub