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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Promoting external work contracts, Slovakia

02 kesäkuu 2013
  • Slovakia
 
  • Type of measure:

    Legitimising undeclared work, Prevention

Measures to curb employing migrants illegally, Slovakia

02 kesäkuu 2013
  • Slovakia
  As a result of the opening of the Slovak labour market in 2004, illegal migration to the country increased. To prevent illegal immigration, including illegal employment, specific measures were adopted in 2011 by amendments to the Act No. 223/2011. The adopted legislation also transposed the EU Directive on illegal migration and improved cooperation between partner institutions.  
  • Type of measure:

    Deterrence: improve detection, Deterrence: increase penalties

Tighter control over undeclared work, Slovakia

02 kesäkuu 2013
  • Slovakia
 
  • Type of measure:

    Deterrence: improve detection, Deterrence: increase penalties

Coordination of inspection activites at workplaces, Slovakia

28 lokakuu 2009
  • Slovakia
 
  • Sectors

  • Type of measure:

    Prevention

Registration system for work contracts, Slovakia

28 lokakuu 2009
  • Slovakia
Since 1 April 2005, every employer is obliged to report each employment contract to the Slovakian Social Insurance Agency before the commencement of the respective work. In addition, the termination of the employment contract has to be reported not later than a day after its expiration. This registration system aims to control undeclared work; however, it is administratively demanding – some 5.4 million applications are made each year.
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