Work carried out occasionally
An employer may exceptionally conclude agreements on work performed outside employment relationship:
- in case the work will be defined by its outcome – Work performance agreement, or
- if the work is carried out occasionally – Agreement on a part‑time job of students or Agreement on work activity
In the framework of a Work performance agreement, a person can work for up to 350 hours per year for one employer (within a single agreement or several agreements). The work is usually remunerated only after the final outcome has been delivered; however, parties can agree that a part of the wage will be paid after a partial outcome has been achieved.
The maximum workload within the Agreement on work activity is 10 hours per week.
In the case of an Agreement on a part‑time job of students (up to 26 years old), the workload must not exceed 20 hours a week on average. This restriction is considered with respect to the whole duration of the contract.
The agreements on work performed outside employment relationship can be concluded for a maximum of 12 months.