Secondment Agreement between Host Company and Employer
A secondment is an arrangement whereby an employee is temporarily assigned to work for another company or organisation. This may be a different employer within the group or a separate employer, such as a client or customer.
The idea behind a secondment is that the company ‘lends’ the secondee to the host company or organisation but the company remains the employer throughout and the secondee’s continuity of employment is preserved.
This Secondment Agreement between Host Company and Employer sets out the terms of the secondment of an employee from the Company to the host company.
This document contains the following sections:
- Length of secondment
- Provision of services
- Management during secondment period
- Employment of the secondee
- Obligations following termination
- Data protection
- Intellectual property
- Conflict of interest
- Applicable law and jurisdiction
- Entire agreement
For more information on secondments, see the Secondments Information Page.
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