We with Vladimir Bogoeski are happy to let you know that a new ETUI Report on the social security rights of short-term third-country national migrant workers in EU and EEA has been published. It is available here: https://www.etui.org/publications/report-social-security-rights-short-te...
The summary report provides an overview of the ways in which EU and EEA Member States have regulated their social security frameworks in relation to short-term third-country national (TCN) migrant workers. It presents the result of an extensive mapping exercise carried out in 24 EU Member States, as well as Iceland and Norway, focussing on the relationship between migration and the social security coverage of different categories of short-term third-country national workers (for example, posted workers, intra-corporate transfers, seasonal workers, temporary agency workers, high-level professionals and self-employed).
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