BELGIUM – Modified Notification Requirements for Posting Workers

Depositphotos_12113283_originalEffective 1 October 2017, companies posting workers to Belgium must use the LIMOSA declaration – the existing system of notifying the Belgian labour authorities of postings – to notify the Belgian authorities of the nature of the services being carried out, and to appoint their liaison officer.

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GREECE – New Notification and Document Storage Requirements for Posted Workers

Effective immediately, all companies based in an EU Member State posting employees to Greece must notify the labour authorities on or before the assignment start date, designate a local representative and retain certain documents.

While Greece transposed the European Union Posted Workers Enforcement Directive (2014/67/EU) into its national law in 2016 through Presidential Decree 101/2016, actual implementation and enforcement of its provisions was delayed until recently.

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GREECE – New Notification and Document Storage Requirements for Posted Workers

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SPAIN – New Notification and Document Storage Requirements for Posted Workers

Effective 29 May 2017, employers posting workers to Spain must comply with new notification and document retention requirements. Spain has implemented EU Directive 2014/67 67 (concerning the posting of workers in the framework of the provision of services) by amending Act 45/1999.

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ITALY – Posted Worker Notification Not Required for Intra-Company Transfers

Circular no. 1/2017 issued by the Italian National Labour Inspectorate has specified that the obligations introduced by Decree No.136/2016 (see our previous alert) do not apply to intra-company transferees (ICT), foreign researchers or self-employed foreign workers.

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BELGIUM – New Requirements for Posting Workers

Effective 1 January 2017, Belgium has implemented EU Directive 2014/67 (concerning the posting of workers in the framework of the provision of services).

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BULGARIA – New Notification and Document Storage Requirements for Posted Workers

Effective 30 December 2016, Bulgaria has implemented EU Directive 2014/67 (concerning the posting of workers in the framework of the provision of services). All employers currently seconding employees to Bulgaria must comply with new notification and document retention requirements by 10 February 2017.

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BULGARIA – New Notification and Document Storage Requirements for Posted Workers

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ITALY – Guidelines for Posted Worker Notifications [UPDATED]

Effective 26 December 2016, regulations have been published which specify the procedure for submitting new mandatory notifications for companies posting foreign national workers to Italy.

[UPDATE]
Please note that the mandatory communication obligation applies not only to assignments activated after 26 December 2016, but also to any assignments activated after 22 July 2016 and which are still ongoing as of 26 January 2017. Employers of posted workers on assignment in Italy in this period must submit a so-called “postponed notification” by 26 January 2017.

A dedicated website (available in English) provides an overview of the current regulation on the matter and clarifies some operational aspects.

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ITALY – Guidelines for Posted Worker Notifications [UPDATED]

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