Reports on the salaries paid to highly qualified specialists (HQS) during the second quarter of 2022 (April 1 through July 1) must be submitted by July 29.
BAL Analysis: Companies should ensure that they submit their quarterly reports on time and that the salaries comply with wage thresholds for HQS workers. Failing to pay the minimum salary established for HQS employees can result in a company being banned from employing new HQS employees for two years.
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