Employing in South Korea
While onboarding any individual from South Korea, the employer must know about the Labor laws, employment terms, deductions, and benefits. This section has all the necessary information that employers can use.
In South Korea, there are terms and conditions for the employment contract. The contract should mention all the necessary conditions with leaves, working hours, benefits, and allowances to be provided to the employee. Employee contracts must be written in the Korean official language.
Newly hired employees in South Korea are expected to undergo a probationary period of up to 30 days.
Public and Provincial Holidays
Sick leaves in South Korea will depend on the contract between the employer and the employee.