Application Process for Bulgaria
Posted Worker Notification Process
EU Directive (2018/957/EU)
The Posted Worker Notification process is managed and administered by the General Labour Inspectorate Executive Agency at the Minister of Labour and Social Policy in Bulgaria. The user must first create profile for the company, to enter details on the register of declarations.
Form of Declaration
Click here to register the declaration
Guidance notes on the declaration process
European Union (Posting of Workers) Directive (2018/957/EU)
The following information is required:
- Employee Name & Social Security Number
- Name and Address of Posting Entity
- Nature of Activities
- Name of Contact Person
- Head Office Location
- Details of Liaison / Bulgarian Representative
- Details of posting incl Start Date – Projected End Date
- Place of Posting
- Job Description
Address of the General Labour Inspectorate Executive Agency:
3, Kniaz Al. Dondukov Blvd.
Hotline 0700 17 670
Calls to the hotline 0700 17 670 (the line is set to 5-minute calls) are to be made for consultation on issues related to the lawfulness of the employment relationship, securing compliance in the area of occupational safety and health, as well as control on the provision of employment intermediary services.
During opening hours, the hotline receives signals for violation of the labour law. Each signal is followed by a labour inspection.
Making a phone call from a fixed telephone, the user pays the cost of a city call.
Making a call from a mobile phone, the user pays the cost of the call according to the individual user plan with the mobile operator.
Telephone for accidents at work 0800 14 008
Telephone 0800 14 008 (the line is set to 3-minute calls) receives reports for accidents at work, including ones suspected to have been concealed and not reported to the Labour Inspection Directorates.
Telephone for signals of Bulgarian citizens working abroad (00359) 2 81 01 747.
On this telephone, Bulgarian nationals working abroad can lodge their complaints concerning violation of their labour rights as European citizens in another EU Member State.
Contacts of the Liaison Office, on behalf of the GLI EA as an authority responsible for monitoring the terms and conditions of employment referred to in Article 4 of Directive 96/71/EC:
Ms Daniela Kadiyska, e-mail: Daniela.Kadiyska@gli.government.bg
Ms Galya Kabadzhova, e-mail: Galya.Kabadzhova@gli.government.bg
Ms Antonina Petrova, e-mail: Antonina.Petrova@gli.government.bg
Ms Irena Dimitrova, e-mail: Irena.Dimitrova@gli.government.bg
Secretary of the General Secretary: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel.: +359 2 810 1747 and +359 2 810 1745
Labour Inspection Directorates
Contact details and information about any directorate are available here: