Letter—secondment letter (employer—employee)

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  • Letter—secondment letter (employer—employee)

Letter—secondment letter (employer—employee)

[to be typed on employer letterhead]

[Name of Employee]

[Address]

[Date]

Dear [insert name of employee]

Secondment to [insert name of host company]

Further to our recent discussions, I write to confirm the arrangements that have been agreed between us for your secondment to [insert name of host company] (the ‘Company’).

    1. 1

      Employment with the Employer

      1. 1.1

        You will continue to be employed by [insert name of the employer] (the ‘Employer’) throughout your secondment to the Company.

      1. 1.2

        While you are on secondment to the Company there will be no change to your current terms and conditions of employment, as set out in your employment contract dated [insert date][ and [set out details of any other documents that have amended the original contract]], other than those expressly stated below. In all other respects the terms of your employment contract will remain in full force and effect and you will continue be bound by it.

      1. 1.3

        [Subject to the Employer's business requirements at that time, it is intended that at the end of the secondment you will return to your current role with the Employer on your current term conditions, or to a suitable alternative role if your current position no longer exists. OR [Insert alternative provision for arrangements regarding the end of the secondment].]

      1. 1.4

        This letter acts as a statement of changes to your written particulars of employment under section 4

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