Companies seconding foreign workers to Italy must meet new obligations set forth by The Ministry of Labour and Social Policy. An online portal has been launched to accept mandatory notifications from EU and non-EU employers.
Any updates to employees’ information must be reported by the employer within five days of change. Employers must also maintain employee documentation for up to two years after the assignment end date, and a company representative must be appointed.
Employers seconding employees are required to create an online account and submit required information by midnight of the day before the assignment start date.
The information will be reported to the Labour Inspectorate, National Social Security Agency, and National Workers Compensation Authority.
What does this mean for employers and foreign nationals? Employers must work with their immigration professional to ensure they comply with the new regulations. Some of the new processes may result in additional fees.
Check out the full article for more details on the new requirements.
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