Posting workers to Italy
European Directives’ impact on Italian labor market
Effective from 26th Dec 2016, Italy has finally transported into the local legislation the Directive 2014/67/EU, on the legal fulfillments required when posting a worker in our country.
The new Italian obligation shall apply any time there is a foreign service provider posting to Italy independently of the duration of the posting.
If you need our assistance for new postings to Italy instead, it will be a pleasure for our team to assist you and your clients regarding the provisions related to the national transposition of the Directive 2014/67/UE for the posting of workers. Our firm has extensive experience dealing with this notification process
DECLARATION OF POSTING AND A1 FORM
Duty of filing a communication of the posting (“Modello UNI Distacco UE”) to the Italian Labor Authorities within one day before the commencement of the posting. A communication of change of the posting is required no later than 5 days after such changes take place.
Duty of sumbitting the A1 Form application to national social security authorities.
DOMICILED CONTACT PERSON
Designate a liaison officer domiciled in Italy who is required to be in possession of the documents mentioned above (see point II) of the undertaking and respond to the document requests of the Italian Authorities; and
Designate a person, not necessarily the same as the one above, who will act as legal representative to put the interested social partners in contact with the service provider for possible negotiations.
Compliance with Italian Labor Law
Whatever the law applicable to the employment relationship, the undertakings guarantee workers posted in Italy the terms and conditions of employment covering the following matters which in Italy are laid down by collective agreements eg. minimum wage rates and minimum working conditions.
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