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CMS Guide to Secondment

01/03/2013

The secondment of staff has become common practice for international companies. This brochure describes a standard scenario in which an Austrian employee is seconded to one of 13 countries. Among them are the EU member states Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine and finally China and Russia.

We provide answers to questions about the conditions an Austrian company and its employees will encounter in these countries. Labour and social security law issues were considered alongside tax aspects. You will also find information on real expenditures caused by, for instance, nonwage labour costs. What you will find here is a look at current standard practice and experience drawn from our offices in the countries and jurisdictions mentioned above.

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Authors

Portrait of Katarzyna Dulewicz
Katarzyna Dulewicz
Partner
Warsaw
Portrait of Bernhard Hainz
Bernhard Hainz
Partner
Vienna
Portrait of Nedžida Salihović-Whalen
Nedžida Salihović-Whalen
Partner
Sarajevo
Portrait of Gentscho Pavlov
Gentscho Pavlov
Partner
Sofia
Portrait of Julia Tänzler-Motzek
Julia Tänzler-Motzek
Senior Associate
Cologne
Portrait of Jeanette Yu
Jeanette Yu
Partner
Shanghai
Portrait of Gregor Famira
Gregor Famira
Partner
Vienna
Portrait of Radivoje Petrikić
Radivoje Petrikić
Partner
Belgrade
Portrait of Aleš Lunder
Aleš Lunder
Partner
Ljubljana
Portrait of Peter Šimo
Peter Šimo
Of Counsel
Bratislava
Portrait of Döne Yalçın
Döne Yalçın
Managing Partner Turkey
Istanbul
Eva Krichmayr
Maria Drenska
Evgenia Prudko
Senior Associate
Kyiv (CMS RRH)
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