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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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A 2014 cabinet decision required that all secondments are pursuant to areas of special interest of the Cyprus state, but, the report found, its provisions have not been followed, and untargeted secondments continued to be authorized.
Undertaken secondments with HM Treasury (as part of PFI Taskforce secondment); ?
More usually, a secondment will be used for commercial considerations (as identified above) or because the ultimate employer (in this case, the operator) does not have a presence in the UAE or is otherwise unable to obtain residence visas or work permits for employees.
The payment of salary, accommodation and travel for secondments differs according to the needs of the individual and business involved.
Those interested in exploring secondments can visit the International Organization Careers website, which has an FAQ section on the detailing and transferring of federal employees to international organizations.
It stated her job with McNulty was only a secondment.
Although it is early on into my secondment, people have already said that their reiki session has been the highlight of their week, which is incredibly rewarding," said the 55-year-old, who lives in Shirley.
Groups of about four staff will undertake regular secondments to Nkhotakota, once appeal funding has covered the cost of an ambulance the hospital trust bought as part of the Link Malawi appeal.
In some cases it may be appropriate to approach an organisation involved in co-ordinating secondments between business and voluntary organisations or business and government.
Not only is it an exciting opportunity for them, but the firm will also benefit from their experience and the skills they will learn from the secondments.
The long-term secondments, which are part of the Patten recommendations, are in addition to legislation currently going through the Dail which will allow Gardai and PSNI officers to apply for jobs in both jurisdictions.
The distribution of secondments among the EEA EFTA States gives rise to some deviations from the percentages above, as shown in Table 12 for the Socrates Programme.