When employers register with the Central Coordinating Register for Legal Entities they are assigned an organisation number. The organisation number is unique to each enterprise and is used to identify the enterprise in most public contexts.
The employer is also assigned one or more enterprise numbers, which are necessary in order to be able to register employees. Example: An employer who owns two stores in a limited liability company is assigned two enterprise numbers. The employees are registered with the number assigned to the store in which they work.
Employers have a duty to notify the Central Coordinating Register for Legal Entities if there are any changes regarding the enterprise. These may include changes to the name of the enterprise, addresses, the person authorised to sign on behalf of the enterprise or board members.
You will find here information on how you registrer and change information in the Central Coordinating Register for Legal Entities.