The document contains detailed information on terms of posting workers to EU member states including local conditions of employment. Each member state is described its notification duty, competent institutions for particular steps incl. contacts, data to be notified, sanctions for not complying with the regulations, etc.
Tax office where posted employees must register when exceeding 183 days in Ireland
Period of notification of posting
Sanctions for failure to notify
Data to be notified
Maximum length of working time
The maximum length of working time in Ireland is 48 hours a week. It is calculated as an average of 4, 6 or 12 months (depending on the job). Rest periods, holidays, sick leave, maternity leave, etc. do not count for this period.
Minimum length of a rest period
An employee is entitled to a 15 minute rest after working for 4.5 hours and another 15 minute break for every additional 2 hours of work. These rest periods are not paid. An 11 hour rest period must be provided within 24 hours.
Minimum length of holidays
Three different methods are used to calculate holidays of employees in Ireland and the employer may choose the method:
- An employee working at least 1,365 hours in one year (either from April to March of from January to December – depending on the employer), i. e. 26.5 hours a week on average, is entitled to a maximum of 4 weeks of holidays
- An employee working at least 117 hours in a calendar month is entitled to 1/3 of the week of holidays (i. e. a total of 4 weeks of holidays a year)
- Holidays account for 8 % of hours worked throughout the year (again either from April to March of from January to December – depending on the employer), however a maximum of 4 weeks.
The minimum wage is 8.65 Euro per hour for so-called experienced adult employees.
Documents to be available at the place of pursuance of work
- E 101 or E 102 form
- EHIC – European Health Insurance Card
- identification document
Necessity to translate documents
Obligation to store the documents
Obligation to entrust a responsible representative
Obligation to entrust a responsible representative for receiving papers