Posted Worker regulations have become a hot topic of discussion in the European mobility industry. Yet another new Directive comes into effect from 30 July 2020, which will see further revisions to posted worker employment conditions (“equal pay for equal work”), and reductions in the assignment duration, during which only limited host country conditions need to be applied. There are now more implications than ever before to consider in your Global Mobility and HR programmes.
Join us as our experts clear up the often confusing requirements, looking at both immigration and employment law implications. We’ll be focusing on employment law impacts, the scope of postings from outside the EU and the implications of Brexit, as well as the key common obligations for employers and how to practically implement posted worker compliance in your business.