So she's going to work under my name.

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Egoexpress

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Hungary, Hungarian
Hello there again,


How would put this?
Context:

We've hired an employee without any official documents and she can't work like that to fit into the law. So she's going to work under my name.

Would say: I'm going to be charged with him? or accounted? or better one to refer to the accounting.:) Actually it is very difficult to put it. Whatever comes to your mind will be appreciated.

Thanks!
 
  • There is no formal way of describing such an informal (not to say illegal) practice. I know of it from the time I lived in Poland - Polish wives of British husbands were often the person paid for the work husbands did.

    I think "working under my name" is not a bad way of describing the situation, or "I will be officially/formally employed while she'll be actually doing the work". Or (probably better if both people work for the same company): "She will not be officially employed and her salary will be formally paid to another employee".
     
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