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A "posted worker" is an employee who his employer sends to carry out a service in another EU Member State on a temporary basis, in the context of a contract of services, an intra-group posting or hiring out through a temporary agency.

To guarantee that rights and working conditions for posted workers are protected throughout the EU and to ensure a level-playing field, the EU law defines a set of mandatory rules regarding the terms and conditions of employment to be applied to posted workers. These rules are set out in the Posting of Workers Directive (PWD), which was adopted in 1996 and revised in 2018.

In 2014, the Enforcement Directive was adopted. This Directive aims to strengthen the practical application of the PWD and imposes several rules on the Sending Employer, who must comply with these obligations for every single posted worker. The tasks arising from these Directives relate to a.o.:

  • applying local employment rules not only in the Home country both also in the Host country;
  • keeping track of the whereabouts of the posted worker;
  • filing a notification to the local authorities on the presence of the posted worker.

In practice, these rules create a heavy administrative compliance duty for the Sending Employer, all the more because of the differences between EU member states in implementation and execution. 

In this Week's Webinar, Wendy van Toonen of Vialto Partners will explain these obligations and, more importantly, the challenges you may encounter when trying to meet the requirements.

The webinar starts at 4 pm CET and consists of a 30-minute presentation followed by questions and discussions.

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Meeting ID: 862 0587 9700

Passcode: 290620


This is a complimentary webinar for members of the Expatise Linkedin Learning Platform

The Expatise™ Linkedin Learning Platform is a free advocacy group that promotes HR Global Mobility as an Expertise and supports the professional development of HR GM colleagues.

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Meet the lecturers

International Social Security and PWD