There are many cases where staff costs are recharged by one party to another. Most commonly this occurs when either:
aStaff whose salary is paid by one entity also undertake work for another entity which contributes to that salary. Examples of this include, staff who are seconded from one group company to another, staff who work for more than one company in a corporate group and are paid by one ‘paymaster’ and employees who are shared by more than one entity; and
bAn employment agency or bureau supplies workers, whether permanent or temporary to a client.