Posted Worker

Application Process for Croatia

Posted Worker Notification Process

EU Directive (2018/957/EU)

The Posted Worker Notification process is managed and administered by The Ministry of the Interior in Croatia.

Form of Declaration

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further Information

Guidance on the declaration process


European Union (Posting of Workers) Directive (2018/957/EU)

Posting of workers to the Republic of Croatia, in view of work conditions, is subject to the Foreigners Act, the Labour Act and the Act on cross-border enforcement of fines in the field of posting workers.

The Declaration must be submitted before start of any work or service in Croatia, by electronic means, to the following e-mail address:

In case of posting, submitting this Declaration is obligatory for every employer posting workers to Croatia, regardless of the State of the establishment.

The foreign employer shall report any change of data referred to in this Posting Declaration (Form 2).

The labour inspector is authorized to request certain statements and documents proving that the employee is employed in accordance with the law during the time of posting, in which time and schedule, how many hours he or she has worked, what kind of benefits he or she has, is A1 form completed and similar.

For this reason, a posted worker during posting must have: 

  • An identification document
  • Employment contract
  • A copy of the A 1 form
  • An individual bill of pay or pay-sheet

Third-country nationals employed in the EEA Member State must also have a work permit and temporary residence permit in the country of the establishment of the employer who sent them to work in the Republic of Croatia, and nationals of third countries employed outside the territory of the EEA and posted to the Republic of Croatia must have a work permit / work registration certificate and temporary residence permit in the Republic of Croatia in accordance with the provisions of the Foreigners Act and a copy of the posting declaration.

The Contact Point for general information on labour law is the Ministry of Labour and Pension System  (contact: ; )

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