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The Republic of Estonia Labour Inspectorate is to be informed of any workers posted to Estonia

26.02.2017


As of December 17, amendments to the Working Conditions of Employees Posted to Estonia Act apply, bringing about new rights and obligations for parties to an employment relationship, companies using services of posted workers, and the Labour Inspectorate alike. Henceforth, employers are to inform the Labour inspectorate of any workers posted to Estonia.

An employer in another member state posting a worker to Estonia must file with the Labour Inspectorate certain information pertaining to both the employer and the worker. Information must also be filed concerning the ordering party with whom the posted worker will commence work in Estonia. Furthermore, the Labour Inspectorate is to be informed of the area of activity in which the posted worker will commence work. Said information is to be filed with the Labour Inspectorate by e-mail no later than on the date on which the posted worker commences work in Estonia.

The new rules apply to workers arriving from other Member State of the European Union, a Member State of the European Economic Area or the Swiss Confederation.

By taking effect of above amendments, Estonia has adopted Directive 2014/67/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council.

For more information go to homepage of Labour Inspectorate.

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