The EU-notification requirements apply to posted workers, whose residence - depending on the country - must be reported to the labor authority, the social security authority or the occupational safety authority prior to deployment. In many EU / EFTA countries, the posting of workers regulations have been implemented in such a way that employers have to report business travelers - even if their stay is only one day long.
Currently, the EU/EFTA states have transposed the defined requirements of directive 2014/67 / EU on the enforcement of the posting of workers directive 96/71 / EC into national law. The EU regulation 67/2014 provides for the introduction of reporting and registration obligations for the recording of international staff assignments by 2020.
In May 2018, the European Parliament approved a reform of the EU-notification of workers directive:
"Same work - in the same place - at the same wage"
The main objective of the EU-notification regulations for deployment within the EU is to be compliant on the minimum standards of the target destination with regard to the following topics:
The different national regulations as well as the ongoing changes lead to an administrative effort:
Depending on national regulations, business travel must be reported in advance from the first day of travel and comprehensive documents (including employment contract, pay slips and bank account prove, health certificate) must be provided.
Disrespect of the posting regulations lead to significant sanctions and far-reaching consequences:
The Deutsche Visa und Konsular Gesellschaft provides you with a simple and easy process with which you can carry out the EU-notification with just a few entries / klicks. The DVKG keeps the regulations up to date for you and, if desired, establishes a connection to legal experts (e.g. social insurance, tax lawyers).
Experience an easy to use application process
The EU-notification, A1 certificate, visa and legalization - all from one source:
The DVKG supports you with the EU-notification process on the following topics:
If you have any further inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us.