Secondment (or posting) of workers is a highly regulated practice. Any foreign employer wishing to provide services in another country must comply with the country social laws concerning their seconded employees, especially on matters related to remuneration and working conditions (work times, break times, etc.). In case of failing to comply with these obligations, you may incur sanctions.
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Management of posted workers in France and Italy
Discover our new website dedicated to the posting of workers in France and Italy in all sectors of activities (Construction, Transport, Commerce / Industry, Events, Temporary Employment, Wine-growing)
Do you post employees in France or in Italy?
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.
Foreign employers who post workers, must comply with certain obligations, in particular:
Financial sanctions incur in the event of non respecting the law
Obligations vary according to sectors and countries
Filling out a prior declaration of secondment
Obligation to appoint a Representative
ASD Group has developed a platform for the management of posting of workers: So Posting Worker for all industries.
This new website allows you to handle all your obligations concerning posting of workers, such as storage of mandatory documents, management of your posted employees, applications for SIPSI or Construction cards, etc.
To find out more, visit our dedicated website So Posting Worker.
ASD Group represents you in France and Italy and handles all communications with the authorities