Entrepreneurs are critical of the government draft of an act on delegating employees within the framework of services provided.
– Objections are caused by the obligation for the National Labour Inspectorate to answer inquiries from institutions of other EU member states regarding the delegation of employees and to conduct controls at their request – remarks Wioletta Żukowska, labour law expert of Employers of Poland.
Entrepreneurs are also concerned that the Inspectorate will be bound by the inquiry, meaning that it will have no right to verify whether the requested information is indispensable for the proceedings of the foreign institution in question.
– Moreover, the Inspectorate will be given the right to send inquiries to the employer delegating employees. These entities will not have any chance to avoid meeting these obligations (a.o. by stating that the requested data is a trade secret). The fact that the deadline for providing the information specified in the regulations is 5 working days. This is unrealistic, particularly for big companies and temporary work agencies, who delegate hundreds of people – Żukowska adds.