Secondment AgreementThis Secondment Agreement allows a company to enter a secondment arrangement for an employee to work temporarily with another company.
This Secondment Agreement contains clauses detailing the rights and obligations of the employee and the host company during the secondment. A secondment is an arrangement whereby an employer temporarily assigns their employee to work for another company for a defined period.
What does the Secondment Agreement cover?
Employees' duties and obligations.
Use this Secondment Agreement if:
You have a company and you wish to assign your employee to work for a host company for a defined time period.
What are the benefits of having a Secondment Agreement?
As an employer, a secondment agreement is useful in formalising the terms of a secondment to:
Protect interests: This agreement sets out the terms of the secondment, including the responsibilities and obligations of both parties, protecting your interests in the event of a dispute.
Minimise legal risks: By setting out the terms of the arrangement in a clear and unambiguous manner, this agreement can help reduce the risk of legal disputes arising from the secondment.
Clarify expectations: This agreement can help ensure that both parties have a clear understanding of expectations by defining the roles and responsibilities of the employee and the host organisation during the secondment.