This chapter argues that the evasion of regulatory standards generated through posted work in Germany is, in many ways, part of broader processes, evident also in other world regions, enabled by the vertical disintegration of employment relations, and increasing cross-border labour mobility. It demonstrates how posting is part of a much broader process of employment institutional change. The chapter shows how posted work in Germany, and foreign dispatched workers in Japan are fundamentally changing the dynamics and structures of labour markets in these traditionally highly regulated and protected employment systems. It analyses how enforcement actors have sought to improve compliance and address the contradictions that arise through the cross-border dimensions of posting and foreign dispatching. The largest meat companies signed a commitment to stop using posting contracts but to continue employing workers previously posted via subcontracting companies registered in Germany.