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Secondment of employees

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This service is dedicated to employers who post their workers to another place of work in Poland or abroad, as well as foreign employers who post their employees to work in Poland.

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Cross-border secondment obliges employers to observe specific rules, mainly of EU directives, to ensure the minimum level of protection of seconded employees. As a rule, the terms and conditions of employment of a seconded worker must not be worse than those applicable in the country to which he is posted. Failure to observe that rule may lead to adverse consequences for the employer – from a dispute with the worker to financial consequences. That is why the appropriate language of the secondment agreement is so important. Our expert assistance will let you eliminate this risk.


Rödl & Partner's attorneys at law work closely with teams of tax advisers. In effect, the solutions they work out account for tax as well as social insurance aspects of secondment. At the same time, thanks to our numerous offices around the world we can support you also in the target country of secondment.

What we do:

  • optimise and structure the secondment model;
  • draft legal opinions;
  • draft employment contracts;
  • account for seconded employees;
  • audit the secondment practices in your company;
  • assist you during audit inquiries in Poland and abroad;
  • assist you in preparing documents for the Polish Social Insurance Institution and other state agencies.

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Monika Behrens

Attorney at law (Poland)

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Jarosław Hein

Attorney at law (Poland), Tax adviser (Poland)

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