Last update 11.02.2020
Any employer (or self-employed person) submitting a start of employment declaration to the Joint Social Security Centre (Centre commun de la sécurité sociale - CCSS) which is more than 30 days late can be fined.
Every employer (or self-employed person) must submit a declaration of start of employment to the CCSS for every person carrying out an activity subject to registration, whether it concerns an employee, a self-employed person, interim staff or, under certain conditions, students or trainees.
A declaration of end of employment must be submitted to the CCSS when the activity ceases. The declaration will indicate the day of de-registration as being the day of the end of employment
No start or end of employment declaration is due in the event of:
- absence due to illness;
- maternity leave;
- change of position if there is no change in the risk class.
Start and end of employment declarations must be submitted to the CCSS within 8 days of the event subject to declaration.