Section 319 (1) of Act No. 262/2006 Coll., Labor Law Regulations of the Czech Republic.
Employer’s Notification Obligation – The Czech employer is obliged to notify the Labor Office of his / her employees of the Labor Office pursuant to Section 87, Act. No. 435/2004 Coll. at the latest on the day of commencement of employment and at the same time within 10 days inform the Labor Office of the termination of the secondment of posted employees.
Employer’s Accounting Obligation – A Czech employer who has entered into a contract with a foreign employer on the basis of which foreign workers have been sent to the Czech Republic to perform the tasks resulting from this contract is obliged to keep records pursuant to Section 102 (2) of Act. No. 435/2004 Coll. The records must contain the information specified in § 91 par. (a), (b), (c) and (e) and other supplementary information by law.
Reporting Obligation for Regulated Professions – In the case that posted workers will perform regulated activities in the Czech Republic, it is necessary to make a written notification to the Ministry of Industry and Trade. In such a case, the qualification of the sending undertaking, not the posted workers, is generally documented. The database of regulated professions including the relevant recognition bodies is available on the website of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (http://uok.msmt.cz/uok/ru_list.php).
Social Security Regulations – As with Czech employees who are posted by the employer to work in EU countries, workers
sent from the EU countries to the Czech Republic must also have a so-called A1 form. This form is issued on the basis of Regulation (EC) No 883/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the coordination of social security systems and certifies that
the employee is subject to the social security system and the legislation of the posted EU country. This form must be available to the posted worker throughout the posting period and does not need to be translated into the language of the country of destination.
Wage regulations – Last but not least, it is necessary for the broadcasting company to comply with the wage regulations applicable to the Czech Republic. This concerns the minimum wage according to § 111 of the Act. No. 262/2006 Coll. The current minimum wage can be found at http://www.mpsv.cz/cs/870. Seconded workers must also have their personal documents in order and should be properly insured for their activities, etc.
Moreover, the European Directive is applied to the national legal system, it is therefore part of the law like any other. It deals with the executive branch of power = the government respectively the Ministry = Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor or Ministry of Interior or Employment Offices.