Finding the right information to cover your compliance requirements before travelling can be a real nightmare. While the EU is working at centralising the information and covering it in multiple languages, there are still 31 countries ratifying the EU Posted Worker Directive, accounting for 26 official languages (taking into account Polish and Norwegian). On top of this, more than 70% of these member states apply the notification requirements to all incoming short-term workers, even those from countries outside Europe. So, this information is now required to address the whole world.
Thankfully, part of the Directive 2014/67/EU also requires countries to implement a national website on the applicable working conditions for those on secondment. Many of these offer the information in multiple languages, so you don’t have to struggle too much with Google Translate.
Consult the full list of posted worker websites below to explore the requirements for each country, or take a deep dive into the ones that are currently critical for your organisation.