Does your company post employees in Europe?
Our So Posting Worker by ASD service accompanies you from a to z in your procedures for posting workers
in France and in Italy
What is posting of workers?
A posted worker is an employee posted by his/her employer to another Member State for a temporary mission. An employer operating in another country must respect the social laws of the destination country for its posted employees, especially the declarative obligations, remuneration and working conditions (working time, rest periods, etc.)
What are your obligations when you do a posting in Europe?
For each employee and for each mission, you must fill out a prior declaration of posting. As a representative, we propose creating your account and completing the prior declarations of posting for all of your posted employees. You will receive notification of the declaration to be supplied to your employee before the start of their mission.
When you post employees, you are required to appoint a representative who will act as a liaison between the authorities and your company. Of course, our service includes this key point.
Labour inspection, police and gendarme services may make an on-site inspection of your posted employees. During an inspection, the representative provides the necessary documents to prove your compliance and respond to the questions from the authorities
WHO ARE WE?
So Posting Worker by ASD is an online service that allows you to manage and secure the mandatory formalities for companies that post employees in Europe. This service was created by ASD Group, a specialist in developing companies at an international level for the last 20 years. Thanks to its implementation in 25 countries, the group offers a representation service in the posting country as well as a group of complementary services adapted to the laws of the country and the activity sector involved.
A single contact person who speaks your language
Managing your obligations
Personalised assistance with inspections
Being one of the countries receiving most of the posted workers in Europe, France is also proportionally more exposed to illegal practices and has thus decided to reinforce its fight against illegal labour. This year, the companies can expect even more controls and inspections as the French government has announced intensification of legal and regulatory framework, more deterrent sanctions and mobilisation of all posting of workers fraud control services.
In order to fight against the fraud, France has introduced new sanctions related to the posting of workers. Indeed, the project owners, principals and employers established outside of France will now have to follow new rules in order to avoid sanctions.
The Identification Card for Construction Workers (or BTP Card) is one of the main obligations of workers in the construction sector since March 22nd, 2017.
In France, an employee posted from a company established outside France in the construction sector has the obligation to have his professional identification card. The same goes for an employee of a French company since October 1st, 2017.
The rules related to ID photos are difficult! But it’s not a problem anymore for your BTP Card !
A smartphone application has been created to help you take a photo that will probably be accepted by civil services.
As of January 1, 2018, the French Minimum Interprofessional Growth Salary (SMIC) has been revalued.
In 2017, it was € 9.76 gross, or € 1,480.27 gross monthly (based on 35 hours per week), and has now been adjusted by 1.2%. It will now reach around € 1,498.47 gross monthly, or € 9.88 gross hourly.
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