The self-assessment tool was developed within the project DFPO-1.002 "Cooperation for Decent Work" and the Fund for Bilateral Relations between the EEA Financial Mechanism 2014 - 2021 and Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014 - 2021.
The purpose of the self-assessment tool is to assess the risk of undertaking undeclared work. The tool helps workers and employees, the
employers and other interested parties to assess to what extent the labour legislation applicable in Bulgaria is observed and whether labour rights are violated.
All data collected when filling in the questionnaire is only for the purposes of better informing workers / employees about the degree of
the individual risk of undertaking undeclared work. Personal details are not requested, and people cannot be identified through the collected information. The data, in a processed form, will serve to improve the information and control functions of the General Labour Inspectorate. Through the tool, employers can also assess whether they are applying labour legislation in a way that guarantees their employees full declaration of their employment status.
A self-assessment tool focusing on tackling undeclared work was created based on a methodology developed within the project.
To assess the risk of undertaking undeclared work, open the "Add assessment" section from the main menu. Complete general demographic information and questions that address assessed risks.
Review the answers you have entered and when you are done press the "Save" button. All questions are mandatory.
After saving, you will be sent to the assessment page.
After each question, a recommendation is shown depending on your answer.
At the bottom of the page, the overall rating and recommendations are shown (on a "traffic-lights" style background).
You can save the assessment's Internet address (URL) for future reference.