The settlement of working time, changes in minimum wage regulations are just some of the challenges Another of them is the post-pandemic mobility of workers within the EU labour market, when the growing mobility is accompanied by increasingly precise legal requirements arising from EU regulations.
The challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic also brought the deadline for implementing the provision of Directive (EU) 2018/957 on the posting of workers into national legislation. The premise was to harmonize the rules for the posting of workers within the European Union, with particular attention to the fundamental principles of EU law, i.e. the principles of equality and non-discrimination. As a reminder, when it comes to posting workers within the EU or EEA, it is worthwhile to seek for a professional advice from German lawyer that will draw your attention to the applicable regulations.
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