Application Process for Malta
Posted Worker Notification Process
EU Directive (2018/957/EU)
The Posted Worker Notification process is managed and administered by The Department of Industrial and Employment Relations.
Form of Declaration
Click here to complete the online form and submit.
Guidance notes on the application process
European Union (Posting of Workers) Directive (2018/957/EU)
Posting of Workers in Malta is regulated by the Posting of Workers in Malta Regulations, 2016 (S.L. 452.82)
A copy of a document (contract of employment or a statement signed by the employer) containing the information which is to be provided to the employee, namely:
a) Name, registration number and registered place of business of the employer and the ID Card number, sex and address of the employee and the place of work.
b) Date of commencement of employment.
c) Period of probation.
d) Normal rates of wages payable.
e) Overtime rates of wages payable.
f) Normal hours of work.
g) Periodicity of wage payments.
h) In the case of a fixed term contract of employment, the expected or agreed duration of the contract period.
i) Paid holidays, and the vacation, sick and other leave to which the employee is entitled.
j) Conditions under which fines may be imposed by the employer.
k) Title, grade, nature or category of the work for which the employee is employed.
l) Notice periods to be observed by the employer and the employee should it be the case.
m) Collective agreement, if any, governing the employee’s conditions of work.
n) Other relevant or applicable condition of employment.
In the case of a worker being posted to provide training with an undertaking in Malta, and the posting period does not exceed an aggregate period of 20 working days over one year, commencing from the initiated date of posting to Malta, only (a), (b), (f), (h) and (k) are required.