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White paper: Posted Workers Directive

International and cross-border business is becoming more important every day. The secondment of employees abroad is therefore also increasing and is the most normal thing in the world for many organizations.

Whatever the reason — assembling a machine, a business visit, or employment with a local contract — many rules must be met in order to employ workers abroad. Especially now that the Posted Worker Directive is actively regulated by European governments, there will be additional administrative burdens for Human Resources or Global Mobility professionals.

But what exactly does the Posted Worker Directive entail and which rules must be complied with? In this white paper we discuss the most important requirements.

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In this white paper

  • What is the Posted Workers Directive and when does it apply to your business?
  • Information about the guidelines for employers, including fines and sanctions for non-compliance
  • Six standard rights to ensure equal treatment for posted workers
  • How to organize compliant mobility for your organization

Posted Workers Directive white paper

When an employer has employees working across borders, a complex set of international legislation needs to be followed. This can be related to immigration, labour law, personal and corporate taxation, and social security. Our white paper tells you everything you need to know about the Posted Workers Directive, when it is applicable and how to organize compliant mobility.

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