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 the Multi-State 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: Determination Rules
Part 4 The Multi-State Worker
Recommended level of knowledge: Europe Social Security - 1), 2) and 3)
Duration video: 10 minutes
Number of pages handbook: 5
Number of tests: 5
Course number 19.07.11
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Cross-border Social Security - 4) The Multistate Worker
If the employee works in different member states at the same time, it becomes much harder to establi...
If the employee works in different member states at the same time, it becomes much harder to establish in which country he or she is subject to social security. The EC Regulation 883/2004 provides specific determination rules to establish in which country the employee should be covered by social security. This complex structure of determination rules for multi-state workers has to prevent the creation of multiple employment contracts solely for the purpose of remaining socially insured in the country of residence. The Multistate Worker Regime is not only a highly relevant topic for GM practitioners, but a complicated topic at the same time. In this lesson, Inge Nitsche will shed some light on this minefield