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Country reference for international secondment

Check in advance which formalities apply abroad!

Official rules
Secondment from the EU

Disclosure requirement
As from 1 March 2020, registration is mandatory!

Click here for more information
Go to the notification portal (in English)

Comments 
Interfisc can help you collect the documents that you need to have available during an inspection of the workplace in the Netherlands. 

Click here for more information regarding your obligations concerning secondment to the Netherlands.

Advice
Interfisc Consult, Roelof Bos, consult@interfisc.eu, tel. 0031 (0)70 313 3090

Official rules
Federal Government Department, Labour and Social Consultation – Secondment

Disclosure requirement
A foreign employer seconding employees to Belgium is required to file a LIMOSA declaration prior to the start of work via

https://www.international.socialsecurity.be/working_in_belgium/nl/limosa.html.

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Take note: Belgium upholds the principle that deployment of employees deployment of employees is prohibited!

Advice

Interfisc can help you collect the documents that you need to have available during an inspection of the workplace in Belgium.

We can also issue advice to assess your specific situation, or when preparing an appropriate agreement.

Contact Interfisc Consult, Dirk Laruelle, consult@interfisc.eu, tel. 0032 (3) 825 5003.

Official rules
Zoll Deutschland

Disclosure requirement
Before the employees start working in Germany, the foreign employer must submit a notification via the Online Portal of German Customs (Meldeportal), following articles “§ 18 Arbeitnehmerentsendegesetz” and “§ 16 Mindestlohngesetz”.

Comments
Please note that for different types of projects there are also different forms available that must be completed.

Advice
Alpmann Fröhlich, Nicki Welchering, Rechtsanwalt, tel.: +49 5971 8016135, gsm: +49 157 36160375, E-Mail: welchering@alpmann-froehlich.de

Official rules
Service public France

Disclosure requirement

A foreign employer seconding employees to France is required to file a declaration prior to the start of work via Détachement de travailleurs en France.

Comments 

Strict rules (file in French, medical examination, appoint a French-speaking representative) in combination with high-frequency inspection can cause extensive problems. Read more via this link.

Advice

Do you need a representative or contact in France? Contact Isobel Audit Consulting, Philipp Hellings, phellings@isobel.fr, +33 (0)145 08 82 90.

Do you have issues with institutions in France concerning secondment? You can contact Amstel & Seine Avocats, Mirjam Berg, mirjam.berg@amstelseine.com, tel : +33 (0)185 09 34 80.

Official rules
Government United Kingdom

Disclosure requirement
No information is available at this time.

Comments 
No comments.

Advice
Try Lunn & Co, Outsourcing department, finance@trylunn.com, tel. 0044 (0) 1482 325765

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