Hosting employer, posting his/her workers to the territory of Slovak republic to perform works at provision of services, is in terms of the § 4 par. 1 of the act No. 351/2015 Coll. obliged to notify the National labour inspectorate the following data:
a) their business name and registered office if being a legal entity and their business name, forename and surname and the place of business if being a natural person,
b) their identification number, if assigned, and the register in which it is registered,
c) estimated number of posted employees,
d) forename, surname, date of birth, place of residence and nationality of the posted employee,
e) the day of commencement and termination of posting,
f) the place of work and the type of work performed by the posted worker in the course of posting,
g) the name of the service or services that the host employer shall be providing through a posted employee in the Slovak Republic,
h) forename, surname, electronic address and the address of the person appointed to deliver documents and provide information to the National Labour Inspectorate or a labour inspectorate which will be in the territory of the Slovak Republic at the time of the posting,
i) whether the posted employee substitutes for another posted employee and if they do, also the data under letter (d) of the posted employee being substituted.
Hosting employer will fulfil this obligation:
• electronically – hosting employer will fill in the e-mail contact, will register him/herself and will create his/her account. After the registration he/she will be able to notify the hosting of workers and consequently to administrate the given data (notice the change at the currently posted workers or fill up new posted workers)
• in a documentary form – it is necessary to complete the form, print it and send it by post to the address: National labour inspectorate, Masarykova 10, 040 01 Košice or by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The hosting employer shall be obliged, during the posting at the place of performance of work to retain an employment contract or other document confirming the employment relationship with the posted employee, to maintain and keep records of the posted employee’s working time to the extent specified in a special regulation and to keep records of the wage paid to the posted worker for the work performed during the posting.
The hosting employer is obliged to immediately inform the National Labour inspectorate on each and every change in the abovementioned data either in the paper or electronic form.