Secondment occurs when an employer temporarily places one or more workers at the disposal of another party to perform a specific work activity, to satisfy its own interests (Art. 30, paragraph 1 Legislative Decree 276/2003). The employer remains responsible for the economic and normative treatment of the worker. Secondment changes only the way the employee fulfills their work obligation.

In the case of secondment, it is important to pay close attention to the contractual aspect. An agreement should be drawn up between the companies involved, which should also regulate the cost recharging processes. Additionally, a secondment contract should be established between the original employer and the employee, in which all matters pertaining to the employment relationship abroad are defined.

Secondment occurs when an employer temporarily places one or more workers at the disposal of another party to perform a specific work activity, to satisfy its own interests (Art. 30, paragraph 1 Legislative Decree 276/2003). The employer remains responsible for the economic and normative treatment of the worker. Secondment changes only the way the employee fulfills their work obligation.

In the case of secondment, it is important to pay close attention to the contractual aspect. An agreement should be drawn up between the companies involved, which should also regulate the cost recharging processes. Additionally, a secondment contract should be established between the original employer and the employee, in which all matters pertaining to the employment relationship abroad are defined.