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secondment

A period of advanced training and/or work experience in a particular area at an institution of higher learning.
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Since then, he has been on two secondments abroad with the UN.
In 1997 he undertook a year's secondment to ACE Global Markets' operations in Lloyds of London, where he worked with marine and non-marine syndicates.
Secondments can accelerate career development, as two Indian accountants posted to international business advisers Mazars are finding.
It is therefore particularly important that everyone is clear on the objectives or expected outcomes of the secondment.
Laws, who is currently senior duty manager of Sainsbury's East Kilbride store, takes the role on a six-month secondment with a possible extension.
Absent development of more uniform standards, it may be necessary to accept the fact-or-fiction of secondment before being able to effectively analyze the transfer pricing issues.
He had been on secondment to the Canadian Armed Forces.
Lawyers Need to Know About International Employment Contracts and Secondment," addressed a wide range of issues important to in-house counsel, human resources professionals and outside counsel, including:
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THE director of CBI Wales is joining the Welsh Government on a six month secondment.
A SCHEME in the Birmingham-Solihull area is to allow small businesses the chance to place staff at risk of redundancy on secondment with other local firms.
A SCHEME launched yesterday will allow small businesses to place staff at risk of redundancy on secondment with other local firms.