KYRGYZSTAN PEO & EOR
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DID YOU KNOW
- Kyrgyzstan is one of the world’s least densely populated nations. It’s generally believed that the country has just 29.5 residents per each square kilometer of land.
- Due to the country’s mountainous, rocky terrain, it is often referred to as the ‘Switzerland of Asia’.
- The number ‘40’ holds significance in Kyrgyz culture. The name ‘Kyrgyz’ is thought to derive from a Turkic word meaning ‘forty’, and the nation’s flag showcases a 40-ray sun, nodding towards the significance of the number.
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Working in Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan’s working hours generally equate to 40 hours per week, on a normal pattern of Monday to Friday.
Overtimes are paid at 1.5 to 2 times the standard rate according to the Labour Code of Kyrgyzstan.
Employees are entitled to a minimum of 28 calendar days of annual leave per year.
Bank holidays do not have to be given as part of paid leave. If the holidays fall on annual leave period, the annual leave should be extended to the number of holidays.
Public Holidays (2022)
- 3rd Jan 2022
- 7th Jan 2022
- 23rd February 2022
- 8th March 2022
- 21st March 2022
- 7th April 2022
- 1st May to 9th May 2022
- 31st August 2022
- 7th November 2022
- 8th November 2022
Sick leave is paid for all working days (paid by the employer).
Sick employees have the right to take sick leave for up to four months (120 days).
Maternity leave in Kyrgyzstan is usually 70 days before the time of birth, and 56 days following the birth.
In cases of complicated childbirth or the birth of two or more children – 70 days is provided to employees.
- Kyrgyzstan has a standard VAT tax rate of 12%.
- Kyrgyzstan currently has two taxations for Personal Income Tax (PIT) & Social Security.
Personal Income Tax (PIT): 10% of the employee’s gross salary.
- The company must pay 17.25% of the employee’s gross salary
- Employees must pay 10% from their gross salary as a monthly Social Security contribution
Compulsory Insurance or Accident Insurance: the cost of the insurance depends on annual gross salary of the employee (from 15 USD/year)
If a company chooses to hire a non-Kyrgyzstani worker, then they must obtain a Work Permit and Work Visa for them before signing the labour contract.
While the Kyrgyz are the majority ethnic group in Kyrgyzstan, the nation’s diverse population is made up of a wide mix of cultures and groups. The official languages of Kyrgyzstan are Kyrgyz and Russian.
Islam is the predominant religion, however Kyrgyzstan’s constitution guarantees freedom of religion for both native people and foreigners residing in the country.