Tackling undeclared work database

Undeclared work can be defined as work which is in itself legal but is not declared to the authorities for tax, social security and/or labour law purposes. Across the 28 Member States of the European Union, a great deal of effort is being invested into developing and testing policy measures that aim to tackle undeclared work.

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Kindergarten Act, Slovenia

02 Juni 2013
  • Slovenia
  The Prevention of Illegal Work and Employment Act adopted in 2000 (and amended in 2006, 2010 and 2012) sets out to combat the extent of undeclared work with specific regulations. In 2008, the Kindergarten Act (Zakona o vrtcih, ZVrt) was amended. Aimed at reducing undeclared childcare work, it defined the status of guardian in relation to children at home and stipulates that childcare at home can be carried out by natural persons who have been registered at the Ministry of Education and who satisfy conditions in relation to education and impunity for crimes.  
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    Legitimising undeclared work, Prevention

Let’s stop undeclared work campaign, Slovenia

02 Juni 2013
  • Slovenia
 
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    Changing attitudes: awareness raising, Changing attitudes: commitment to tax morality

Mandatory employment contract for undeclared workers, Slovenia

02 Juni 2013
  • Slovenia
  In December 2006 the Prevention of Illegal Work and Employment Act was amended with a new provision to protect workers. It imposes a duty to conclude an employment contract for an indefinite period to any employer who is caught employing unemployed or inactive persons on an undeclared basis. The authority that ensures the implementation of this measure is the Labour Inspectorate (Inšpektorat Republike Slovenije za delo, IRSD). Although the measure was first adopted in 2006, its effects were not seen until 2007 and beyond.  
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    Legitimising undeclared work, Prevention

Joint action to detect and prevent undeclared work, Slovenia

28 Oktober 2009
  • Slovenia
The Slovenian government has increased workplace inspections and supervision visits in an effort to identify and combat undeclared work. This measure is being carried out in accordance with the 2000 Act on Prevention of Undeclared Work and Employment. The initiative is steered by the Government Commission for detecting and preventing illegal work and employment; this body considers that the measure is efficient as the extent of the problem is on the decrease.
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Simplification of administrative procedures, Slovenia

28 Oktober 2009
  • Slovenia
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Measures to turn undeclared work into regular employment, Slovenia

05 April 2009
  • Slovenia
With the aim of reducing the extent of undeclared work, the Slovenian government introduced measures to transform undeclared work into regular employment. These measures include personal supplementary work, short-term work and the so-called ‘small work’. While the latter measure has not been successfully implemented, the first two measures enable the persons performing such work to be move out of the category of undeclared workers.
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