Estonia -New law on undeclared labour -January 09, 2014

The government approved a bill that creates a registry starting July 2014. The register should intensify the fight against unreported labour. Currently, a new employee can be registered a week after the start of employment, but in the future, it has to be done before the employee starts working.

English: http://www.baltictimes.com/news/articles ...  

 

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