A Guide to SecondmentsPosted in : Essential Guide to Employment Contracts on 11 September 2018
For an employee (otherwise known as a secondee), it’s the opportunity work in a different office or environment, a different company, different city or even a different country. This may afford them a chance to develop their existing skills, acquire new skills or experience and advance their careers. For employers (otherwise termed as seconder), it can be a favour to an existing client or a means of attracting a prospective client, it could be part of the employer’s added value to service its clients or a mutual benefit to both the employer and the organisation to which the employee is to be seconded (otherwise known as the host). On the face of it, there are a lot of perks for both the
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