Main rules cross-border work and employment law
Which employment regulations are applicable to cross-border work?
- Disclosure requirement
The employer must issue an official declaration relating to the location, dates and identity of the employees working abroad.
- Appointing a contact abroad
The employer must designate a point of contact in the assignment country for institutions to approach, serving as the representative of the employer. In some countries, such as France, this contact must speak the local language.
- Files at the workplace
Certain documents such as pay slips and company working hours must be present at the workplace abroad.
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