Posting of Workers in Europe 2020/2021

  • Over 500 pages containing 21 years of experience in advising on cross border employment in Europe
  • Practical examples, check-lists, commentaries, jurisprudence and law on posting of workers in Europe
  • A must-read for anyone who intends to post workers abroad 
  • Mandatory reading for legal and tax advisors as well for consultants on cross border employment in Europe
  • An experienced lawyer explains in simple language the intricacies of posting 
  • Administrative requirements and labour law – aspects on cross border employment in one handbook

On 09 July 2018, Directive EU 2018/957 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 28 June 2018 amending Directive 96/71/EC concerning the posting of workers in the framework of the provision of services was published in the Official Journal of the European Union. The adaptation period has been set until 30 July 2020 for Member States to adopt and publish the relevant laws and administrative provisions to comply with the Directive. The new Directive protects and strengthens the guarantees of workers who are posted in Member States of the European Union and the European Economic Area. Undertakings must ensure favourable conditions
for workers, including remuneration and allowances or reimbursements for subsistence, travel or accommodation costs caused by occupational reasons. In addition, the Directive compels Member States to ensure that undertakings guarantee posted workers who are posted for more than 12 months all favourable conditions applicable in the State of destination. A new era of cross-border employment in Europe begins…