Posted Worker

Application Process for Czech Republic

Posted Worker Notification Process

EU Directive (2018/957/EU)

The Posted Worker Notification process is managed and administered by the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs in the Czech Republic.

Form of Declaration

Click here to access the declaration form

Guidance notes

Guidance & information on the declaration process

Legislation

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

Notification by the employer (posting company) of the posting of the worker (s) in the Czech Republic pursuant to Directive 96/71 / EC on the posting of workers in the framework of the provision of services

 

The notification has to be submitted for every single worker by the day of the commencement of the employment at the latest. The termination of the posting must be also announced to the respective labour office within 10 calendar days at the latest. The forms include the following:

  • Identification of the worker (e.g. name, address in the Czech Republic and in the country of permanent residency, and others)
  • Name of the legal or the natural person in the Czech Republic for whom the posted workers will carry out the work
  • Information on the company posting the workers
  • Profession of the posted worker
  • Place of work
  • Address in the Czech Republic and in the country of origin

Moreover, if the service that is to be provided is regulated in the host country, it is necessary to notify the qualification of the company to the relevant authority of the host state. To find out which services/professions are regulated in the Czech Republic, please visit the Database of regulated professions and professional activities.

 
 

The following are delivery options for electronic submission of the Posted Worker Declaration form:

Another option is to submit the printed form to the relevant workplace of the Labor Office of the Czech Republic.

Contacts for individual contact offices can be found by clicking here.

Send by Data Box 

All forms can also be sent to the office using a data box system. A data box is an electronic repository with which you can send official documents electronically to public authorities. This method of communication is in accordance with Act 300/2008 Coll. and fully replaces the traditional method of delivery in paper form.

To send forms from a data box, you do not need as a natural person to possess a qualified certificate that is required for electronic submission – you only need to apply for a (free) creation of a data box. The procedure for setting up a data box and other information about data boxes is on the information box about the data boxes.

In this case, fill in the form, download it to your local repository and, after completing it, send it as an attachment via your data box to the appropriate address, which can be found on the page: Contact information.

Send Via Email

Forms can also be sent by e-mail. In this case, the form is attached as an attachment and this email must contain a valid electronic signature. E-mail without an electronic signature (an e-mail that contains only the first and last name and therefore does not contain electronic data that is attached to or logically associated with other data in electronic form and which the signatory uses to sign ) can be sent directly to the e-mail address of the employee of the Labor Office of the Czech Republic, who deals with the given agenda. E-mail will not be considered an electronically filed document, but our employees will try to respond to it.

Submit at Labour Office

It is possible to fill in the form directly in electronic form, then print it and sign it. Or handwritten forms will also be accepted.

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