POSTEN is cooperation project of trade union organizations from Serbia, Slovenia, Malta, Italy, Norway and Romania, employer organizations from Italy, Romania, Montenegro and Slovenia and two Labour Inspectorates from Serbia and Slovenia which will establish new cooperation and monitoring mechanisms on implementation of Directive (EU) 2018/957 and Enforcement Directive 2014/67/EU in the manufacturing industry sector.

These new cooperation and monitoring mechanisms refer to mutual recognition of trade union membership, self-evaluation tools for companies and mediation role of labour inspectors when concluding a labour contract for workers and A1 document. Implementation of project is envisaged through collaborative working methods on preparation of feasibility studies, joint visits, inspection visits and mutual learning and exchange at transitional level.

Project will produce follow up publication on implementation of Directive (EU) 2018/957 in respective counties almost two years after its transposition into national legislative frameworks. POSTEN project activities are designed to wield the most influence over the stakeholders and produce the following results:

Developed feasibility studies and introduced mechanisms on proper monitoring of relevant PWDs in order to decrease number of misapplication during posting of workers and provision of services; Improved knowledge of employers on procedures which are in compliance with relevant regulatory framework; Improved cooperation and exchange of information in terms of monitoring of working conditions of posted workers, social security, and institutes of minimum wage in targeted countries.

Objectives of the project

Improvement of transnational administrative cooperation among social partners and national public authorities through new cooperation and monitoring mechanisms on implementation and enforcement of PWD.

Specific objectives:

Enhancing transnational cooperation

Enhancing transnational cooperation between social partners and relevant national authorities on implementation of PoW directives in each country – new monitoring mechanisms.

Envisaging effects of implementation of PWDs framework

Envisaging effects of implementation of PWDs framework to OSH, working conditions of posted workers, social security and institutes of minimum wage – joint visit reports.

Exchanging best practices

Exchanging best practices and experience and improving interregional cooperation via the IMI system and develop policy recommendations.

Duration of the project
16 months  01.03.2021 – 30.06.2022

Expected results of the project:

feasibility studY

Developed feasibility studies and introduced mechanisms on proper monitoring of relevant PWDs in order to decrease number of misapplication during posting od workers and provision of services

knowledge

Improved knowledge of employers on procedures which are in compliance with relevant regulatory framework

cooperation

Improved cooperation and exchange of information in terms of monitoring of working conditions of posted workers, social security, and institutes of minimum wage in targeted countries.

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