Intra-Corporate Transferees (ICT) Study 2021
ICT Permit across EU can be beneficial for Norwegian employers
The ICT permit was introduced by the EU as a favorable scheme for foreign workers seconded from outside the EU to an entity of the same multinational group in the EU. The ICT permit allows employees to work across different EU countries and offers multinational companies the opportunity to deploy personnel in a much more flexible way.
Although Norway is not a member of the EU the ICT scheme can benefit Norwegian companies having employees across the EU.
Deloitte’s study of the ICT scheme, gives in debt information on both the practical implementation of the scheme and, perhaps even more importantly, the links between the immigration and social security coordination legislation, the Posted Workers Directive notifications and the principle of equal pay for equal work.
Navigating through all requirements is an absolute prerequisite which can be challenging.
We are exited to offer you insight in:
- Which countries allow your employees to obtain an ICT permit in the fastest way?
- How is the employee’s social security status impacted by working with an ICT permit in multiple countries?
- Which countries allow employees to work with an ICT permit at a client site?
- The study offers answers to those questions and provides a comparative outlook on the implementation of the ICT permit across the EU.
The ICT study - December 2021 edition
Read the study