ISSN 1452-6662
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Group: COMPANIES, BUSINESS
Issue: LAW ON AGENCY EMPLOYMENT
Published in the Službeni glasnik RS, No. 86/19 of 6 December 2019
Section: CONDITIONS FOR WORK OF AN AGENCY

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  • Article 3

    The Ministry competent for labour (hereinafter: the Ministry), at the request of a company or an entrepreneur registered in the register of economic operators in accordance with the law, shall issue licences for work for Agencies (hereinafter: the Licence), under the following conditions:

    1) that the legal representative of the company or the entrepreneur, i.e. the worker who is authorized to conclude the contracts referred to in Articles 9 and 11 of this Law has acquired higher education in a basic academic study course with a minimum of 240 ECTS points, a master academic study course, a specialist academic study course, a specialist vocational study course, i.e. in a basic study course of the duration four years at the minimum or in a specialist university study course, and who has passed the professional exam for the work of temporary-work agencies;

    2) that the company or the entrepreneur fulfils the conditions in respect of the space and the technical conditions for work.

    The company and the entrepreneur are obliged to, within eight days from the date of receipt of the License, submit an application for activity registration (78.20 Activity of temporary-work agencies) or other assignment of human resources (78.30 Other assignment of human resources) and the business name in which "Temporary-Work Agency" will be indicated as the subject matter of the business, in accordance with the law regulating registration of economic operators.

    A company or an entrepreneur may not pursue the activity referred to in paragraph 2 of this Article prior to the registration of such activity in accordance with the law, and may not have the activity referred to in paragraph 2 of this Article registered without a previously issued Licence.