Posting workers from Lithuania
to foreign countries in:
amendments to Lithuanian and foreign laws,
tax and labor law practice

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Vilnius Grand Resort Hotel

2019 March 7th
Posting of workers to foreign countries is becoming more and more complicated for the sending employers, as the rules on posting, regulation and practice are constantly changing. Therefore, the aim of this conference is to systematize all the novelties of posting and sending temporary workers to work abroad, and to discuss the practices in the countries to which Lithuania employs most employees.

Each speaker will review topics related to the legal regulation of his/her country relevant to the Lithuanian business enterprises posting workers to the EU countries:

1. Legal regulation of the employees posted (i.e. from Lithuanian companies) to your country/requirements for formalisation:

1.1. Requirements for minimal/maximum salary, working/rest time/vacations, application of collective agreements, working safety, etc.
1.2. Procedural things: are there any must-take steps, e.g. noticing some institutions of the foreign employees.
1.3. Payment of daily allowances and their taxation; are daily allowances recognised as a part of minimal salary? Payment of tax on personal income, Social Security payments, from the salary? Who is responsible for payment – employer or employee? When should the tax be paid? What amounts (maybe some different percent depending on sum of salary)? What formalities and when should be gone through for this purpose?
1.4. Does it matter: Short-term vs long-term posting period of employees: what is deemed to be short/long? What consequences are cause by that (employment formalities, taxation, else?).
1.5. Practical insights: control institutions attitude and practices, issues to be checked/risks avoided, etc.
1.6. Can company posting employees by service agreement cause a presence of the permanent establishment in your country? What are main criteria for that? What is the outcome of having PE in your country? What taxes and when should be paid in such case? Is VAT registration necessary? Is there a possibility to deduct expenses spent, e.g., in Lithuania, but related with earnings sourced in your country, when calculating taxable profits in your country?

2. Staffing:

2.1. Any differences in regulation of posted employees by service agreement and employees sent on temporary staffing/agency employment model?
2.2. Licensing of Lithuanian company: in order to provide staffing services? Restrictions of using staffing model?
2.3. Payment of tax on personal income, Social Security payments, from the salary of posted on temporary staffing model?
2.4. Can company posting on temporary agency model employees cause a presence of the permanent establishment in your country? What are main criteria for that?

3. Main requirements of posting employees from Lithuanian companies – NON EU citizens?

4. New changes in local laws according to new amendments on Directive of posting of workers.


Tomas Bagdanskis

Attorney-at-Law, Managing Partner of iLAW Professional Law Partnership (Lithuania)

Ingrida Steponavičienė

Attorney at law, Associate Partner of iLAW Professional Law Partnership (Lithuania)

Svetlana Naumčik

Associate Partner of iLAW Professional Law Partnership (Lithuania)

Pawel Krzykowski

Advocate at Kancelaria Adwokacka Pawel Krzykowski (Poland)

Kalle Pedak

Partner at Hedman Partners (Finland)

Aline Vanneste

Attorney At Law, Kwint Advocaten (Belgium)

Hendarin Mouselli

Advocate at VRF Advocaten (The Netherlands)

Sander van Riel

Advocate at VRF Advocaten (The Netherlands)

Jonas Enkegaard

Attorney (High Court) at Horten Law Firm (Denmark)

Richard Thomas

Employment Law Partner at Capital Law LLP (United Kingdom)

Andrew Mazeika

Paralegal at Capital Law Ltd (United Kingdom)

Raimund E. Walch

LL.M, Attorney, WENDLER TREMML (Germany)

Helmut Latz

Tax consultant, Latz Piller Trenner & Partner (Germany)

Daniel Rheydt

Tax consultant, Latz Piller Trenner & Partner (Germany)

Petter Wenehult

Senior Associate, Employment at Elmzell Advokatbyrå AB (Sweden)

Thomas Fernandez-Boni

Partner of Vaughan Avocats (France)

Aurelia Monaco

Independent consultant (France)

Dalia Mickūnienė

General Manager, NST Accounting. Accounting and Consulting services to Lithuanian and Norwegian companies (Lithuania)

Hans-Jacob Reinlund Sæther

Advokat at Eurojuris Haugesund AS (Norway)

Moments from 2019 conference


9.00-10.00 Registration
10.00-10.10 Tomas Bagdanskis (Lithuania)
10.10-10.40 Jonas Enkegaard (Denmark)
10.40-11.10 Kalle Pedak (Finland)
11.10-11.40 Petter Wenehult (Sweden)
11.40-12.10 Richard Thomas, Andrew Mazeika (UK)
12.10-13.10 Lunch
13.10-13.40 Hans-Jacob Reinlund Sæther (Norway)
13.40-14.00 Dalia Mickūnienė (Lithuania)
14.00-14.30 Daniel Rheydt, Helmut Latz, Raimund E. Walch (Germany)
14.30-15.00 Thomas Fernandez-Boni, Aurelia Monaco (France)
15.00-15.30 Aline Vanneste (Belgium)
15.30-16.00 Coffee break
16.00-16.30 Sander van Riel, Hendarin Mouselli (The Netherlands)
16.30-17.00 Pawel Krzykowski (Poland)
17.00-17.15 Svetlana Naumčik (Lithuania)
17.15-17.30 Ingrida Steponavičienė (Lithuania)



Vilnius Grand Resort Hotel,
Ežeraičiai village, Ežeraičių st. 2,
LT-14200, Vilnius r.