Member States countries (EU, EEA) provide information on the requirements for the provision of services through its points of single contact.
If you are from another EU/EEA Member State and would like to provide your services in Slovenia, visit the Slovenia Business Point point of single contact.
Point of single contact – Slovenia Business Point: Eugo Portal
Visit Slovenia Business Point where you can find information regarding:
- requirements, conditions and procedures for establishing and providing services,
- contact information for the competent authorities,
- access to public databases regarding service providers,
- general information regarding legal remedies in the event of a dispute, and
- contact information for organisations that provide practical assistance.
A list of points of single contact in other countries may be found on the website of the European Commission.
What must be submitted to the Employment Service of Slovenia?
To provide services in Slovenia, a statement regarding the provision of services using eForm must be submitted to the Employment Service of Slovenia at least one day prior to the start of work. The aforementioned form includes the following information:
- number of posted workers,
- type of service,
- location and duration of the provision of services, and
- name and surname of the posted worker who will serve as your liaison with the competent Slovenian supervisory authorities.
Registration is completed by a service provider from another European country by submitting eForm.
Important things to remember in the provision of services using posted workers:
- Documents regarding occupational health and safety and evidence of the working hours of posted workers should be available at all times to supervisory authorities at the place where services are provided.
- You may provide services in Slovenia without a work permit using posted workers, provided that minimum working conditions and employment according to Slovenian law and collective agreements are ensured.
Find more information about posting workers to Slovenia: English, Deutsch.
Directive 96/71/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 1966 concerning the posting of workers in the framework of the provision of services governs the provision of minimum workers' rights, which guide companies regarding work in another Member State in the framework of the provision of services.
Directive 2006/123/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 December 2006 on services in the internal market.