Secondment of an Employee | Best HR Practices | 2018by Nipun Sourishiya Head Expert Acquisition
Secondment is a process where an employee or a group of employees is assigned on a temporary basis to work with a different group or part of their organization or to work for another, ‘host’ organization. On completion of the secondment term, the employee (the ‘secondee’) will ‘return’ to their original department or employer. Why Secondment of Employee take place?
• Career development of a particular employee. • Give chance to an employee to gain some new skills or experience. • Providing staff with the chance to work on short-term projects. • Providing potential cover for short-term absences. • To overcome redundancies.
To know more Check my YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIK22BIYXQg Why is this important? • The seconded employee does not owe any duties directly to the host employer. • The host employer does not owe any duties to the seconded employee. • The primary employer retains day-to-day control of the seconded employee. • The primary employer carries out any appraisals and disciplinary/grievance procedures.
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Created on Jul 4th 2018 00:44. Viewed 428 times.
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