reminds the honourable Member that he remains a worker of the original employer throughout the agreement. The secondment of an employee usually requires two documents: an amendment to the MEMBER`s employment contract to allow the transfer and a contract between the original employer and the new employer (the “host”) that defines the terms of the agreement between them. With each product, we offer both. The document is intended to provide additional protection to the original employer when the member is working abroad: the essence of the detachment is that the member works exclusively for another organization, usually for a specified period of time. It is important that, according to current labour law, the original employer continues to fulfill all legal employment obligations, including the risk of an application for an employment tribunal resulting from an act or omission on the part of the host or an accident while the Member is working for the host. This section ensures that the host respects the MP`s rights under the original employment contract (to the extent that it is not possible to change them by the detachment) and assumes responsibility for the costs incurred (excluding salary). Since liability is left to the original employer, these agreements are designed as much as possible to protect the company from non-compliance with the employment contract and the common law by the host company. It also protects the intellectual property rights of both organizations. Our agreements can be used by organizations of all sizes and sectors. Since the original employer is most at risk, we suggest that he or she propose the terms in the first place. A single agreement can be reached between the three parties. However, since an agreement can only contain confidential conditions for two of the parties (for example. B The amount that the original employer will receive in return), we have structured the agreements into two documents.
These paragraphs explain how the worker is reimbursed and how his benefits and rights are changed under the original employment contract.