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2010 - Posting and the search for (cheap) labour in Europe


The EFBWW-CLR launched their joint report on posting.
In its 1st chapter the report examines basic findings related to the posting rules in Europe. It takes a closer look at the applicable regulatory framework, the definitions used in posting, the existence of employment contracts and the temporary nature of posting. It also assesses national registration and notification issues and how posting is organized. This part is completed with some facts and figures and findings on posted third-country workers

The 2nd chapter clarifies the application of posting and the applicable working conditions in practice. Various forms of posting are identified, together with and overview of supervision instruments, enforcement measures and sanctioning and recovery means. The role of social partners is also highlighted. The second part is completed with some interesting cases and types of abuses and good practices.

The study has been conducted in Belgium, Ireland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

The full report is available in English (part 1 and 2), a synthesis of the full report is available in French and German:
Download English report part 1
Download English report part 2
Download French synthesis
Download German synthesis

Based on the report the European Federation of Building and Woodworkers drafted conclusions and policy recommendations on the issue.

Download English EFBWW conclusions and policy recommendations
Download French EFBWW conclusions and policy recommendations
Download German EFBWW conclusions and policy recommendations
Download Italian EFBWW conclusions and policy recommendations
Download Spanish EFBWW conclusions and policy recommendations

Do not hesitate to contact the EFBWW secretariat (Tel.: +32/2/2271045 – wbuelen@efbh.be) should you require further information on the issue.

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