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16 April 2019
The Act of the Year is the Amendment to the Act on Fast-Tracking the Construction of Basic Infrastructure
The winner of the 10th edition of the Act of the Year is the intention to fast-track the construction of basic infrastructure in the Czech Republic. In the brand new Vykřičník (‘Exclamation Mark’) category, four shortcomings of Czech legislation were highlighted.
11 April 2019
One of the major topics for Czech businesses in terms of human capital relates to employee experience with a focus on human approach and meaningfulness of work (86%). Nevertheless, only 36% of respondents believe that their business is prepared for that.
28 March 2019
ČSOB has put additional software robots into operation, bringing the total number to fifty. Robots perform routine and recurring activities in transaction and control processes faster and more accurately. ČSOB is being assisted by Deloitte in implementing robots on a group-wide level.
04 March 2019
Deloitte Legal has made another significant personnel acquisition. Starting from January Jan Kotous and his colleagues from Wolf Theiss joined the law firm. Jan Kotous has become the third partner, joining Jan Spáčil and Martin Bohuslav in the top management of Deloitte Legal.
26 February 2019
For the tenth consecutive year, expert public can vote on the Act of the Year. The anniversary vote for the best legal regulation, set of acts or legislative act with a positive impact on business in the Czech Republic has started.
28 January 2019
In the coming period, the business sector, marketing and services will be significantly influenced by artificial intelligence (AI), internet of things (IoT) interconnected with 5G networks or a new generation of marketing tools and processes.
24 January 2019
Real Madrid becomes the first club to generate more than €750m and regain their place as the highest revenue generating club in world football
The 20 highest earning football clubs in the world generated a record €8.3bn (over CZK 213bn) of combined revenue in 2017/18, an increase of 6% on the previous year, according to the 22nd edition of the Deloitte Football Money League which ranks the top 20 clubs by revenue in 2017/18.
22 January 2019
This year, taxpayers in the Czech Republic will spend 174 days working to pay taxes, which is one day fewer than last year. According to Deloitte’s calculations, Tax Freedom Day will fall on 23 June 2019.
07 January 2019
In 2019, the Czech economy will grow at 2.2%. Owing to the ongoing shortage of workforce, salaries will keep rising (+6.5%) at an ever faster pace compared to work productivity. Inflation will remain at above 2% and the central bank’s currency policy should be less aggressive than last year.