Secondment Agreement Tlumaczenie

IF`kÁ[email protected] Second He was on the detachment, but he`s back, but he`s back) – Frederick Forsyth (1984) They met, when he was on secondment from the Department of Foreign Affairs – Student University College London (1999) He is not here permanently – he is on secondment (he is not permanent here – he was seconded here) – Student University College London (1999) that the applicant has entered into an “intercompany detachment agreement” with a company with spain (hereafter referred to as “service provider”). To carry out and develop business activities, the company needs employees with specialized skills and skills, particularly in the areas of the production process, management, financing or distribution of products. The service provider employs employees with specific skills and skills that can be used in the company`s activities (`collaborators`). As part of the agreement, the service provider is committed to providing company staff with the company`s expected professional qualifications, which are considered the skills and knowledge necessary to perform certain functions/tasks related to the company`s business. The intention of the company and the service provider set out in the agreement is to provide the aforementioned staff by temporary staff detachment to the company (`Secondment Services`). With the conclusion of the agreement, the company gained access to unique skills, knowledge, experiences and contacts of seconded employees. The company entrusts MPs with the functions necessary to assess their activities, including technical and management/management functions. Examples of positions assigned to seconded staff are m.in. The service provider is responsible for making available to the company persons who meet the conditions that enable it to perform certain tasks entrusted to it by the company in the course of the applicant`s activities. Throughout the secondment to the company, employees remain formally employed by the service provider, but they work for the company and not for the service provider. The applicant also enjoys complete autonomy with regard to the appointment of duties/tasks and the evaluation of the work of seconded workers (to the extent that Polish labour law limits it).

The company is required to pay the service provider compensation for the provision of secondment services. The provider evaluates the support services according to the cost of making them available, i.e. in particular: the salary costs of seconded staff, as well as the additional benefits (including bonuses), the worker`s annual bonus, social security requirements and the appropriate general and administrative costs associated with seconded staff. In addition, the applicant is required to bear all costs arising from the secondment resulting from the worker`s stay in Poland (so-called local costs, including travel, accommodation or any other reasonable cost associated with conducting activities for the company).