Employees who are working in both France and Belgium, or one who is going to work full-time in Germany for 3 months, or a British person who is coming to work for you in Belgium for 2 years.
These are just a few examples of cross-border employment situations that you are likely to encounter.
Or perhaps you have found the ideal person for your business but he/she is living in Spain?
Each example warrants a different treatment.
- Each example warrants a different treatment.
- As the employer, are you obliged to take certain steps?
- Which law applies?
- What about taxes? Where do the taxes have to be paid?
- How do those taxes have to be paid?
Our Tax & Legal colleagues can provide an answer in this complex area.