A secondment usually requires two documents: an amendment to the posted employment contract so that it can be seconded and a contract between the original employer and the new employer (the “host”) that sets out the conditions for the posting. We have included both in this package. Secondments and assignments are both temporary cross-movements of a staff member to perform the functions of an existing position or to take on a specific project. However, while secondments are made to another division (intra-departmental), assignments are made within a division or agency (intrademental). In both cases, the employee maintains their content position in the original department/agency or organization and is paid by the original department/agency or organization. Secondment is a temporary move of an employee to another department or agency of the core public administration and other organizations for which the Board of Directors of Canada is the employer. While the original employer is responsible for the welfare of the seconded worker throughout the secondment, this allowance protects the original employer against the cost of the host`s non-compliance with the law. Our posting agreement has been designed so that it contains all the basic provisions you need. You can easily add, edit or delete provisions that match your agreement. Yes. Assignment or secondment is designed as a temporary resource option, with a fixed duration, for the lateral movement of a staff member for the temporary performance of tasks in another organizational unit or division.
The duration of the assignment or secondment may be extended (or shortened) with the agreement of all parties. However, operations or secondments should not be extended on a continuous basis. As with contracts, secondments can be used for professional development in order to gain broad knowledge and experience and to build the capacity of the basic public administration. The contract of assignment or dispatch is the instrument of acceptance. It should be made clear that the worker returns to his material position at the end of the posting(s). This can be supplemented by other documents. Confirms the secondment of the envoy to the host organization. Among other issues, it acknowledges that the host has received copies of the employment contract and the policies under which the seconded worker works.
As a lateral movement, sending allows an employee to perform the functions of an existing position or take over a specific project in another organization. The employee maintains his or her substantive position in the home organization and is paid by the home organization. A posting agreement signifies acceptance of this agreement and must clearly indicate that the worker returns to his material position once the posting has been completed. . . .