The Resource Re-embedding the transnational employment relationship : a tale about the limitations of (EU) law?

Re-embedding the transnational employment relationship : a tale about the limitations of (EU) law?

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Re-embedding the transnational employment relationship : a tale about the limitations of (EU) law?
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Re-embedding the transnational employment relationship : a tale about the limitations of (EU) law?
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This article offers an integrated approach to the problem of cross-border posting of workers. The coordination rules of private international law, social security and tax law try to bring home transnational employment relationships, and in doing so strike a balance between home State and host State jurisdiction. The multilateral coordination efforts, however, result in situations in which work performed in the host State is not (fully) governed by the rules of the host State. From the unilateral perspective of the host State this outcome has a disembedding effect on the national system of labour law and industrial relations. Member States have reacted to this by different re-embedding responses, which do not always sit well with the EU provisions on free movement of services. The article discusses the several stages discernable in the interaction between national law and EU law leading up to the present proposals on revision of the Posting of Workers Directive
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In: Common market law review. - Alphen aan den Rijn. - Vol. 55 (2018), no. 2 ; p. 449-488
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Hoek, A.A.H. van
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  • European Union
  • Europe
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English
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  • cross-border worker
  • working abroad
  • social security
  • individual income tax
  • EU Directive
  • migration
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Re-embedding the transnational employment relationship : a tale about the limitations of (EU) law?
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