Labour-law relations between posted employee and posting employer follow partly the system of law of the posting country and partly the system of law of the country where the employee is posted.
Only a part of the system of law of the country where an employee is posted is obligatory relevant to the posted employee, working conditions comprising so called hard core are concerned. Hard core provisions regulating working conditions are more closely specified in Article 3 of the Directive 96/71/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 1996 concerning the posting of workers in the framework of the provision of services and this article is implemented into the system of law of Slovak republic by the § 5 of the Labour Law,
Hard core provisions regulating working conditions of the workers posted to the territory of Slovak Republic:
length of working time and rest period,
length of paid holiday,
minimum wage, minimum wage claim and pay supplements for overtime work,
occupational health and safety,
working conditions of women, adolescent employees and employees caring for a child younger than 3 years of age,
equal treatment of men and women and prohibition of discrimination,
working conditions at employment by the agency for temporary employing.
The review of the working conditions, so called hard core in Slovak Republic, for the workers posted to the territory of Slovak Republic, is set out in the annex.