Reports on the salaries paid to highly qualified specialists (HQS) during the third quarter of 2021 (July through September) must be submitted by Oct. 29.
Additional Information: 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.
BAL Analysis: Companies should ensure that they submit their quarterly reports on time and that the salaries comply with wage thresholds for HQS workers.
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