Hi All, We are going to depute one employee in Abu Dhabi for 3 to 4 yrs. and we will pay only basic salary from India and rest salary will be pay to him by other consultancy over there. Can you please confirm which compliance we need to follow in this case. also please suggest on below listed question :
1. can we show him full time employee continues or we need to change his employment status.
2. is there any specific compliance that we need to cover for employee.
3. what will be the employee location in record . can we will show him as remote employee?
We have registered under Punjab Shop and Establishment Act . Thanks in Advance.

From India, Mohali
Dear Pradeep,
This is though not unique for Indian companies most of HR professionals are not familiar with the obligations & admin concerning 'employees deputed abroad' and their split salary aspects. I tried to suggest few things hope this helps you.
There are mainly two/three obligations I could point out to you-
1) Statutory obligations under Indian acts & rules as the employee(s) still continued to be borne in Indian co's pay roll;
2) Tax implications.
In this quest the following links will provide insight into these aspects, text/extracts of which also attached herein for your ready reference.
- Employer's Duty of Care When Employees Are Deputed ...
www.internationalsosfoundation.org › asia-pacific › india
- https://taxguru.in/wp-content/upload...nce-Ruling.pdf
These may provide some information broadly as a cursory look, expert advice of those having practical experience & guidance of concerned authorities shall be availed for better administration.

From India, Bangalore

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File Type: pdf NRI-HR-Indian-regulations-for-expatriates-working-in-India.pdf (162.6 KB, 19 views)

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