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Cross-border employment: Posting workers across borders - the issues to consider

With the current tight labour market, it is increasingly common in practice for Dutch employers to temporarily use foreign workers to cover certain peak periods, who are then posted to the Netherlands. This article describes the employment law legislation and regulations in case of cross-border posting.

Cross-border work – Regular or part-time work abroad

Will you be sending your employees to work abroad on a project or for a fixed number of days a week? Alternatively, are you an employee yourself and do you find yourself in such a situation? In either case you may always want to check whether this will give rise to tax and/or social security obligations for the relevant employee in the country in which they will be working. Below you can read about the situations which should set alarm bells ringing.