Employers abroad from countries in the EEA and Switzerland with personnel temporarily posted in the Netherlands must comply with a number of administrative obligations:
- The obligation to have certain documents available (or directly available in a digital version) in the Dutch workplace of the posted worker. These are employment contracts, payslips, summaries of working hours, A1 forms, and proof of payment.
- Information obligation: the obligation, upon request, to hand over to the Inspectorate SZW all information necessary for enforcement of the WagwEU;
- The obligation to appoint a contact person in the Netherlands who can be approached by the Inspectorate SZW, and who functions as the point of contact;
- Duty to notify: as of March 1, 2020, employers abroad are obliged to notify their work in the Netherlands through the Dutch online notification portal.
Employers abroad from one of the member states of the European Economic Area (EU countries + Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) or Switzerland must notify their work and the arrival of workers who are coming to work temporarily in the Netherlands through the Dutch notification portal, in advance.
You need the point of contact for the employer abroad or self-employed person in the Netherlands and they must therefore be present in the Netherlands to answer questions about the posting from the Inspectorate SZW.
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