EU:s utstationeringsregler i förändring- En rättsutredning om arbetsrättsliga villkor i offentlig upphandling där utstationering förekommer
Sammanfattning: The purpose of this study is to illustrate the interaction between the EU rules on public procurement and the regulation of posted workers. The intention is therefore to discuss the role of labor requirements in public procurement regulations at an EU level. In order to answer the research question this study will investigate the EU rules on posted workers and public procurement. In addition, case law will be addressed to identify the legal position of the EJC. This study suggests that it is possible to use public procurement to inforce labor standards. However, such recruitments have to comply with the procurement legal framework, as well as the fundamental principles of public procurement. The decisions of the EJC in the cases Laval and Rüffert holds that the posted worker directive limits the scope for imposing labor standards in public procurement. In 2018 a new and revised directive on posted workers was established. The revised directive guarantees that posted workers should receive the same remuneration as local workers for the same work at the same place. Furthermore, the new directive only applies to postings up to twelve months.
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