Staff contribution settled

first_imgStaff contribution settledOn 29 Feb 2000 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. An EU company supplying temporary labour to a different member state of theEuropean Union can affiliate its workers to the social security system of itshome country but only if it carries out “significant activitiesthere”, the European Court of Justice has ruled.In doing so, the court’s judges have dismissed claims brought againstrecruitment consultancy Fitzwilliam Executive Search, of Ireland, by the Dutchauthorities, that its employees should pay contributions to the Netherlandssocial security system, because its turnover between 1993 and 1996 was higherin Holland than in Ireland.The Dublin-based company appealed to the ECJ, citing EU laws that allowworkers to use the social security system of their employer, when they performwork in another EU state “for a specific duration of work not exceeding 12months” Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more