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2010 - Modernised EU Social Security Coordination and Applicable Legislation

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2010 - Modernised EU Social Security Coordination and Applicable Legislation

  1. 1. Modernised EU Social Security Coordination and Applicable Legislation TRESS Seminar Bucharest, 27th April 2010Gillian More, Unit E3, DG Employment, European Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities
  2. 2. OverviewI Key Themes in the Modernised RulesII Modernised Provisions on applicable legislationIII Information Sources on the modernised rules
  3. 3. Over 50 yearsof Social Security Coordination _______________________________ ____________________________ _______________________ ____________________ Implementing Reg Reg 883/04 Consolid Reg EC Reg 1408/71 Implementing Reg 574/72 Regulations 3 & 41959 1972 1997 2010 Source: European Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities 3
  4. 4. Key Themes of the ModernisedRegulations• Updating so rules correspond with current social practices (eg. Provision for child-raising periods)• Simplification (eg. Personal scope – Article 2 BR)• Improved protection of rights (eg. – improved information and assistance to citizens– Articles 2 & 3(1) IR )• Clarification – incorporation of ECJ case-law in a range of areas (e.g. Article 5 BR – Assimilation of Facts)• Strengthened and Streamlined institutional procedures (e.g. electronic data exchange; administrative cooperation)
  5. 5. Applicable Legislation - overallapproach• Principle of one applicable legislation strengthened• Strengthening of “lex loci laboris” principle• “Lex loci domicilii” for non-active persons (Article 11(3)(e))• Direct link to personal scope of Regulation DG Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities 5
  6. 6. Applicable Legislation: Overviewof Main Changes1. Posting Rules2. Deletion of specific categories of persons or activities where special rules applied;3. New approach to pursuit of activities in 2 or more States4. Dialogue and Conciliation procedure plus extension of rules for provisional application of legislation
  7. 7. New provisions on postingof employed persons (Article 12(1) BR)• Maximum of two years - no extension• Main conditions remain applicable: – Definitions in Article 14 Implementing Regulation – New Decision A2 on posting adopted by Administrative Commission on 12 June 2009 – Revised posting guide (Part 1) New Portable Document A1 DG Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities 7
  8. 8. Portable documents A document for individuals Source: European Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities 8
  9. 9. Deletion of special rules forspecific categories of personsSPECIFIC PROVISIONS DELETED:• International transport workers;• Persons employed by diplomatic missions and consular postsSPECIFIC PROVISIONS RETAINED:• Mariners (Art. 11(4) BR);• Civil servants (Art. 11(3)(b))
  10. 10. New approach to pursuit of activities for 1employer in 2 or more MS (Art. 13(1) BR)• Legislation of MS of residence is applicable: - If the proportion of activity in that MS is substantial What is “substantial”? - look at working time and/or remuneration (Article 14(8) IR) - Less than 25% indicates that not substantial• Otherwise: legislation of MS in which registered office of employer is situated [Guidance will be inserted into Part 2 Posting Guide]
  11. 11. Transitional provisions (Article87(8) BR)• Legislation determined under 1408/71 continues to apply – if as a result of application of 883 person would become subject to different legislation – as long as relevant situation remains unchanged – For a maximum period of 10 years• Person can request to become subject to the legislation applicable under 883. DG Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities 11
  12. 12. Dialogue and conciliation procedure (Arts.5 and 6 IR) DG Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities 12
  13. 13. Provisional application of legislationand provisional granting of benefitsArt. 6(1) IR:Divergence of views about the legislation applicable:person provisionally subject to one legislation identifiedwith an order of priorityArt. 6(2) IR:Divergence of views about which institution should providethe benefits: institution identified with an order of priority
  14. 14. Information Sources on the newRegulations• Explanatory Notes on DG EMPL website• New Small Guide – publication foreseen May 2010• Information campaign for citizens 2nd half 2010• Updated Website
  15. 15. Explanatory Notes (on themodernised rules)
  16. 16. 2010 Small Guide
  17. 17. The new website: homepage
  18. 18. Electronic Exchange of SocialSecurity Information EESSI Network
  19. 19. EESSI AP AP I I I I I I I
  20. 20. EESSI EESSI is a twofold activityCreation of a Identification of theEuropean Business (flows, SEDsinfrastructure to and data, institution data)exchange SEDs Source: European Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities 20
  21. 21. EESSI – Overall planning 2009-2012Development and Implementation phase of EESSIsystem currently in progress with Siemens ITSolutions and ServicesMay 2010: Directory Services operationalDecember 2010: EESSI data messaging system operationalDec 2010-April 2012: National administrations in Member States connecting to EESSI
  22. 22. Public EESSI Directory Interface
  23. 23. EESSI – Overall planning 2009 - 2012 2010 2011 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4Directory Preparation forServices GO LIVEMessaging Development by Siemens and testing system Flows Preparation of SEDs for upload in EESSI SEDS End of Siemens Contractual term
  24. 24. Paper SED - example DG Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities 24
  25. 25. Planning preparation of paper SEDs (I)First batch of paper SEDs• Accepted by the Administrative Commission on 14 April - family benefits (all) - unemployment benefits (majority) - sickness benefits (50%) - pensions (SED on child raising periods)• The first batch of SEDs are currently being translated and will be ready in all languages early June
  26. 26. Planning preparation of paper SEDs (II)Second and third batch of paper SEDs• To be accepted by the Administrative Commission in next two meetings• Second batch will contain paper SEDs in the field of recovery (50%) and pensions (7 SEDs)• Third batch will cover all remaining SEDs
  27. 27. Further steps in the process ofidentification of the businessAfter finalisation of the work on the paper version of the SEDs the expert groups will focus on:- Technical definition of the data fields in SEDs for use in EESSI - to be ready before upload in EESSI end of 2010- Guidance on use of flows and SEDs
  28. 28. Transition from 1408/71 to 883/2004- How will it work? JULY MAY DECEMBER MAY 2009 2010 2010 2012 …………………………………. …………………………………. TRANSITIONAL PERIOD TRAINING, INFORMATION PERIOD Implementing RegulationsRegulation adopted become applicable EESSI Starts to function
  29. 29. Decision E1 on practical arrangementsfor the transitional period for electronicdata exchange• Good cooperation, pragmatism and flexibility• E-forms, where electronically produced, may still be used• Institutions shall accept relevant information on any document issued by other institutions
  30. 30. EESSI newsletter DG Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities 30

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