Understanding the tenet of Determination Rules within the framework of EC Regulation 883/2004;
Knowing what the main rule is and what the exceptions are.
Understanding the concept of Posted Worker, its conditions and implications;
Understanding that the scope of the determination rules does not comprise the determination of mandatory insurance coverage itself, but only the appointment of the applicable legislation.
Category: Europe: International Social Security
Chapter: Determintaion Rules
Part 3 The Posted Worker
Recommended level of knowledge: Social Security - 1) Collecting relevant information/ -2) Scope of EC Regulations
Duration videos (2): 25 minutes
Number of pages handbook: 8
Number of tests: 6
Course number 17.07.10
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Cross-border Social Security - 3) The Posted Worker
Once established that there is in fact a temporary assignment to work in another country within the ...
Once established that there is in fact a temporary assignment to work in another country within the framework of employment that falls within the scope of the EC Regulation, the following that needs to be determined is in which member state the employee is subject to social security. Here, we enter the realm of the Determination Rules, rules that determine which member state that is. In this course, Inge Nitsche will explain the main rule and one of its exceptions: the Posted Worker.