Who can use this Staff Secondment Agreement?
This Staff Secondment Agreement is for a company that supplies personnel to work on a short term basis for one of its clients.
What are the main issues?
The Supplier’s staff work for the Client on secondment but remain contracted to the Supplier, who is therefore liable for employee benefits and other legal obligations of an employer. The Agreement records the relationship and agreed arrangements between the Supplier and the Client, and constitutes a binding contract once signed by both parties.
What detailed terms does it contain?
This nine page document contains 21 clauses covering
- definitions and interpretations
- provision of secondees
- secondees’ duties
- the supplier as employer
- the client’s responsibilities
- withdrawal of secondees
- hours of work
- recruitment restrictions
- resolution of disputes
- governing law
- previous agreements
- rights of third parties
Two Schedules are included, allowing you to detail secondees and rates payable for secondees.
You need this document if you are a company supplying staff to a client for a short-term project.
For more information, see our Explanatory Notes which you will receive when you download the document from our website
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When I download the document, can I change it and/or use it more than once?
Yes, all ContractStore’s templates are in MS Word and you can use the contract on more than one project. For more information, watch the video on this page of our website or see our FAQs
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