The new Practical Guide on applicable social security legislation in the European Economic Area and Switzerland is now translated into 23 official European languages. This handy, easy-to-read document can serve as a ready reference for anyone living and working in the EEA and Switzerland, as well as global mobility and Human Resources professionals managing cross-border employees.
The new Practical Guide on the applicable social security legislation in the European Economic Area and Switzerland is now translated in 23 official European languages by the European Commission and available to the general public.1
This updated version (2013) is published in .pdf format by the European Commission. It is handy and easy-to-read and can serve as a research document for anyone living and working in the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland and for those global mobility and Human Resources (HR) professionals managing cross-border employees.
The English version had already been available (since December 2013); but now it is possible to access an official version in 22 other (European) languages.
The new Practical Guide provides information regarding:
For questions or concerns regarding cross-border employment matters in the EEA and Switzerland, you should generally always consult with qualified international tax, social security, and immigration professionals.
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