Tools to support the monitoring of posted workers in the Baltic and the Nordic countries
Transposition of the Enforcement Directive (2014/67/EU)
In 2014, the Enforcement Directive (2014/67) was adopted, and the Directive was to be transposed into national law by the Member States and EEA/EFTA States by 18 June 2016. Aiming to ensure that rules on posting apply uniformly across national borders, the Directive provides different tools to promote its purpose. Among the key national enforcement actors are the Labour Inspectorates. In this working paper, we look into how the Enforcement Directive has been implemented in the Nordic and Baltic States, and what tools that have been given to the national Labour Inspectorates.
Action 101059244 BETIC
is funded by the European Social Funds (ESF+)
Published: 6. September 2023
Ordering ID: 10388
European Social Fund+ (ESF)