Any employer may conclude and perform contracts of employment with workers from another member state, and any national of an EU member state may apply for vacancies and conclude contracts of employment in another member state.The expert of our law firm, Dr Andrea Bayer dedicated this article published by the legal column of to the questions pertaining to working abroad, and the domestic employment of foreign workforce. Besides giving an outline of labour law and EU regulations, Dr Andrea Bayer also assessed the economic, occupational, social security and tax related implications.

You can download the full article in pdf from here: Working abroad (Part 1) the principle of equal treatment



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A full-day conference on employment was organised by HR Portal and KRS Attorneys-at-Law on 24 May 2016 at the Glass Hall of MÜPA (Palace of Arts) in Budapest. The most leading experts in all areas of employment made presentations and also answered to the questions of the audience.