Employer / Self-employed person
Questions about the WagwEU
- What is posting?
- What is the difference between an employer abroad and a client (service recipient)?
- To which terms of employment are posted workers entitled?
- What has changed since July 30, 2020, due to the revised Posted Workers Directive?
- To which terms of employment are posted workers in the transport sector entitled?
- What administrative obligations are involved in the WagwEU?
- What happens in the case of non-compliance with the WagwEU?
- How is the Act enforced?
Questions about the duty to notify
- What is the duty to notify?
- To whom does the duty to notify apply?
- Where can I find the regulations for the duty to notify?
- I have a job in the Netherlands, but I do not yet know precisely where. Can I notify online?
- I live in the Netherlands, but work temporarily in the Netherlands for a Belgian employer abroad. Does my employer abroad have to report me too?
- Who notifies in the case of subcontracting?
Questions about the online notification portal
- Where can I notify?
- Who has to make the notification?
- What do I have to notify?
- Do I have to fill in all the details again for a new notification?
- Who can be a contact person and what is their role?
- What sector should I choose?
- Can I update a notification if there are interim changes?
- What were the changes to the notification portal in December 2020?
Questions about the exceptions to the duty to notify
- Does the one-year report apply to small businesses?
- I regularly have postings in the Netherlands. How do I notify?
- I work in the transport sector. Does this mean I have to notify?
- I send international chauffeurs to the Netherlands. Do I have to notify them?
- I am self-employed. Does this mean I have to notify?
- I am a self-employed (international) lorry driver. Do I also have to notify?
- For which incidental activities it is unnecessary to notify?