EU Member States had until 30 July to comply with the revised rules on temporary secondees. The new rules ensure that people temporarily seconded to an EU member state are offered terms and conditions more like those of local workers in the member state they now work in. But, as is often the case in the EU, each Member State has its own variations - and some countries have so far failed to implement the new rules at all. So what does all this mean for international employers wanting to second employees abroad? We find out in this very focussed and practical webinar, involving lawyers from a range of EU countries.
This session will be moderated by Sophie Maes of Claeys & Engels (Belgium) and she will be joined by lawyers from France, Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Sweden, Germany and Slovakia.