The European Union (Posting of Workers) Regulations 2016Posted in : LK Shields on Employment Law on 18 August 2016
The European Union (Posting of Workers) Regulations 2016 (SI 412 of 2016) (the “2016 Regulations”) were signed on 27 July 2016 and transposed Directive 2014/67 (“the Posted Workers Enforcement Directive”) into Irish law.
The term “posted worker” is defined in the 2016 Regulations as “a worker who normally works in another Member State but, for a limited period, carries out his/her work in the State”.
The aim of the original Posted Workers Directive 96/71/EC, which was transposed into Irish law under Section 20 of the Protection of Employees (Part-Time Work) Act 2001, was to protect the basic employment rights of workers posted by their employer from one member state to
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This article is correct at 18/08/2016
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