Secondment Services Agreement

It will also be important to inform the Member of the conditions under which he will work during the secondment. Of course, this is primarily a practical point – the second must be aware of what is expected of them during the secondment and how the agreement will work. However, the MP may become the host`s collaborator because of the work done for the host. This type of plan is similar to that of an interim worker working for a final consumer, so it is important to include terms in a secondment agreement to prevent this from happening. The detachment agreement must therefore include a description of the MP`s duties during the secondment. One option is to be able to attach a full description of the MP`s role to the detachment agreement. On the other hand, the parties may prefer that the description of the services be very general to give the host more flexibility. The second is required to disclose to the host personal data about the person entitled to the detachment, and such disclosure is unlikely to require explicit consent from the Member of Parliament, as it is in the “legitimate interest” of the employer (paragraph 6, Appendix 2, DPA). However, if the second place wishes to disclose sensitive personal data, it must be expressly approved by the Member. There are a number of different terms used for the three parties to a detachment agreement. This section assumes that the secondment to another organization is carried out, that the original (or seconded) employer is called “employer” or “second,” that the worker may also be called “Second” and that the organization that is to have the services of the Member is called “host.” While a secondment can be managed relatively informally within the same employer or group, the best way to obtain a staff member`s secondment from a third-party organization.

B for example a client or client, can be obtained by a formal agreement of detachment between the two parties. The secondment agreement between the seconded worker`s employer (the MP) and the “host” – to which the Member is seconded – should contain some key words that will be discussed below. The employer should continue to be responsible for managing the MP`s delivery during the secondment, including dealing with jurisdictional and behavioural issues.