Bhagyada
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Currently I’m working with Engineering MNC, In India we are having service,support & design team. we are registered under Bombay shop & establishment Act.
We have some employees who are deputed to overseas & our sales, service & support team used to travel overseas lot. Last month one of deputed employee met with an accident in Oman
They are covered under group insurance policy there, but he has not got good treatment in Oman. So he came back to India & taking treatment here. As per our group insurance policy if anyone is hospitalized then only can claim the expenses. But now this employee is claiming that his all medical expenses should be given by company & saying that it is compulsory as per Indian Labour Law.
Moreover we don’t have specific policy regarding employees on deputation or even employees who travel overseas frequently

Could you please help me on following queries ?

Is there any law which is applicable for employees on deputation on overseas?

Could you please help me on policy formation or share a policy for employees on deputation ?

Thanks,
Bhagyada
1st April 2015 From Norway,
Is there any law which is applicable for employees on deputation on overseas? - The law is clear; if you are the principal employer and the accident occured at the workplace, then you have to bear the expense.
Could you please help me on policy formation or share a policy for employees on deputation?
Why don't you give it a shot, draw up a draft and then ask if your policy makes sense.
2nd April 2015 From India, Mumbai
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