Compared to other European countries, the net income of employees with higher salaries is relatively high in the Czech Republic, namely as a result of the flat income tax rate. At the same time, employer costs are among the highest not only in Central Europe, there are only a few countries with higher costs, namely France, Sweden, Italy, Belgium and Austria. On the contrary, the lowest employer costs are in Denmark and in Malta. The Czech Republic is doing surprisingly well regarding the relation of net income to the total costs, where it ranks fifth, before Switzerland, Malta, Poland and Luxemburg.
These are the results of the study of European salaries.