Legislative Decree 104/2022: Transposition of the Directive 2019/1152 of the European Parliament and of the Council
Legislative Decree 104/2022, which transposes EU Directive 2019/1152 into Italian law, aims to make working conditions more transparent by introducing new minimum rights and new information obligations to be provided to workers regarding working conditions, thus updating what is already provided for under 91/533/EEC.
Employers who post or send their employees to EU countries become subject to the administrative obligations established by the legislation in force in each EU country of destination.
The new EU legislation aims at making working conditions more transparent and predictable across the EU.
European and national legislation on transnational postings also affects staff leasing agencies, which as employers are responsible for complying with the requirements imposed by the host country.