borrowed employeeAn employee whose services are, with the employee’s consent, lent to another employer who temporarily assumes control over the employee’s work.
? Under the doctrine of respondeat superior, the borrowing employer is vicariously liable for the employee’s acts. But the employer may also be entitled to assert immunity under workers’-compensation laws.
¡ª Also termed borrowed servant; loaned employee; loaned servant; employee pro hac vice; special employee. See RESPONDEAT SUPERIOR. [Cases: Master and Servant 301(4); Workers’ Compensation 202. C.J.S. Employer¨CEmployee Relationship ¡ì¡ì 197¨C200; Workmen’s Compensation ¡ì 122.]
What is the Chinese interpretation of borrowed employee?