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Depending on the company’s specifics and the work volume, there are two options for tackling pending tasks: the entrepreneur can take care of everything necessary by themselves, or hire other people to do it instead.

In the case of a small company which does not project great volumes, the entrepreneur can take care of all necessary tasks. But in this case, a question might arise as to whether and who will conclude a contract of employment with the entrepreneur. In many cases, the entrepreneur concludes the contract with themselves – or, if the company has two board members, they conclude the contract with one another. The contract of employments is not necessary to act as an entrepreneur as it does not provide any extra rights nor guarantees. However, a contract should be concluded when the entrepreneur fulfils tasks related to the company’s activities.

When the entrepreneur decides to recruit an employee, several important questions come up and need to be solved.

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