Employer of Record and Payroll Services in Turkey
|Cserve owned legal entity
- Employer of record
- Contractor management
- Global payroll
- In-country payroll
Cserve offers complete payroll, PEO and HR services in Turkey
Turkey is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, with large domestic and regional markets. The country is regional headquarters for many multinationals, thanks to its location at the intersection of Europe, Asia and Africa. With a young, dynamic population, Turkey offers a skilled and competitive labor force to match its liberal investment climate.
Setting up a new business or expanding an existing one in Turkey is straightforward. Choose how your company operates from a range of entity types that suit your individual circumstance.
Banking Hours: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm from Monday to Friday.
The standard working week is from Monday to Friday from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm.
The main sources of labor law are the Turkish Constitution, the Labor Act and a number of other Acts governing labor relations.
|Machinery, tourism, textile, electronics, construction, shipbuilding, autos, mining
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|Republic of Türkiye
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Payroll in Turkey
Cserve provides reliable and efficient payroll in Turkey, ensuring that your business stays compliant with local regulations while keeping your employees paid accurately and on time. Our goal is to be your dedicated payroll provider, providing you with solutions that will ensure your compliance in Turkish operations.
Through our experience and advanced technology, we offer industry-leading payroll services in Turkey—and around the globe. We’re among the largest payroll companies in Turkey, holding a position as a leader in this field. As for Turkey payroll, our end-to-end payroll services make life easier for you by simplifying complicated and time-consuming processes like Real Time Information (RTI), reporting, and pension auto-enrollment. You can count on our experts to provide you with real-time payroll assistance at all times.
An employer is obligated to pay wages in full and on time and an employment contract which does not contain this duty is regarded as invalid. Wages must be paid in cash, not in kind and determined in Turkish Lira.
Employer of Record (EOR) in Turkey
PEO in Turkey
Cserve’ Professional Employment Organization (PEO) services in Turkey offer comprehensive solutions that allow your company to expand and operate in Turkey without having to establish a legal entity. As a PEO in Turkey, Cserve offers a flexible and cost-effective way for companies to manage their operations in Turkey by taking care of all HR-related activities, including employment, payroll, benefits, and compliance. With years of experience in the Turkish market and a team of experts, Cserve PEO Services is your reliable partner for successful expansion and growth in Turkey.
Partnering with our Turkey PEO presents the swiftest and most economical avenue to step into the Turkey market.
Contact us to explore how we can support your growth in Turkey.
Benefits of Hiring an Employee through a PEO Turkey
Transferring labor-intensive tasks, such as HR functions, offers inherent outsourcing benefits, but for PEOs, the true value lies in ensuring compliance. Below are the many benefits:
Ensuring Compliance with Local Labor Laws
Turkey has complex labor regulations, and partnering with a PEO in Turkey ensures strict compliance with these laws. From onboarding to employment contracts, PEOs help navigate and adhere to local labor requirements, minimizing legal risks.
Efficient Payroll and Tax Management
PEOs in Turkey streamline payroll processing and tax compliance. They have local expertise to handle complex tasks such as calculating deductions, managing tax filings, and ensuring timely payments, reducing administrative burdens.
By partnering with a PEO in Turkey, businesses benefit from comprehensive risk mitigation. PEOs ensure that all HR functions align with local labor laws, protecting employers from potential fines and penalties due to noncompliance.
Competitive Benefits Package
PEOs in Turkey can help tailor competitive benefits packages that attract top talent. Leveraging their knowledge of local work culture and employee expectations, they assist in offering attractive supplementary benefits to enhance your job offers.
Managing HR functions independently can lead to increased overhead costs. PEO Turkey services help control these expenses and provide cost-effective solutions, especially when expanding into new international markets like Turkey.
Tax and Social Security
Turkey taxes residents on their worldwide income and non-residents are taxed on Turkish-source income only. Social security premiums are also mandatory, calculated on salary limits and paid by the employer and employee at defined rates.
Companies are subject to a standard corporate income tax rate which has been increased in 2021 and 2022.
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|Personal Income Tax
A foreign worker who is covered under the social security system of their home country is not required to contribute to Turkish social security provided proof of coverage is provided.
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There are a number of mandatory provisions governing minimum wage, work hours, weekly rest periods, severance and notice periods as well as different categories of leave.
In general, employment agreements are not required to be in writing. However, certain contracts such as fixed term contracts must be made in writing. Workplace practices may be treated as implied terms in an employment agreement.
A minimum of 24 hours uninterrupted rest period is required to be given every week. There is also a minimum age of employment set at 15 years (subject to limitation) and 18 years (with no limitations).
Female employees are entitled to unpaid leave for up to six months following the end of paid maternity leave. After maternity leave, an employee can also request part-time work for a period up to the date the child starts primary school.
Termination is split between termination of indefinite term and fixed term contracts. No notice period is stipulated for a fixed term employment contract which cannot be terminated unless valid reasons are provided. Indefinite term contracts, however, are governed by a minimum notice period of two weeks (gradually extending to eight weeks).
Four types of work permits are available, that is, limited term permits, unlimited term permits, permits for independent work and Turquoise permits. Foreign workers who seek work permits in selected areas will require a defined level of professional competency and must obtain a preliminary work permit prior to obtaining a work permit.
There are a number of bilateral and multilateral agreements which Turkey is party to, which allows the nationals of certain countries to work in Turkey without a work permit.
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EU national requirements:
Two photos taken within the last six months
Copy of the certificate of police clearance
Copy of the applicant’s job offer or employment contract
Translated diploma or provisional graduation certificates of the applicant
Proof of the applicant’s medical insurance
Proof of the applicant’s accommodation in Turkey
Evidence to indicate the applicant has approximately TRY368 per day for every day spent in Turkey
Proof of the applicant’s round-trip flight to Turkey.
Compliant, reliable, error-free and touchless payroll in Turkey
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