Use of outsourced IT personnel in Central and Eastern Europe


While Europe is the region most impacted by the ongoing war in Ukraine, IT service markets in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) are expected to continue to grow by nearly 6% and 7% in 2022 and 2023 respectively.

Many international technology companies have already opened their R&D centres in the CEE region.

Software investments will drive most technology spending in Europe in 2022, and software will be the fastest-growing technology group. Eastern Europe, and Ukraine in particular, have highly skilled and experienced IT talent with deployable skills for broad range of outsourcing projects.

The EU has launched several initiatives to study work transition dynamics in CEE that will shape employment standards in IT industry in the region in the next few years.

This high-level guide is designed to help companies seeking to use outsourced staff in CEE. It focus on eight jurisdictions: Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Turkey and Ukraine, and provides information on key legal issues that arise when considering the use of outsourced IT personnel in the region.

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