DEFINTION OF POSTED WORKERS: Under the Posting of Workers Directive 1996, a worker is ‘posted’ if they are employed in one Member State and sent, temporarily, to carry out their work in another. They are not the same as economic migrants who independently take up work in another Member State. Postings are not defined by duration and do not include business trips. So, for example, an engineer deployed to another Member State to repair equipment (i,e, carrying out their usual work) would be posted, but a person attending a one-off conference in another Member State would not be considered as being posted.

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* 1. Under the definition of posted workers (above) does your business post workers to other EU member states and/or host workers from other EU member states?