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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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Be careful not to agree to blanket terms in the RFP process, and then be faced with a difficult conversation with a client who thinks it can use a secondment on a senior partner in a complex area of work on any matter.
Undertaken secondments with HM Treasury (as part of PFI Taskforce secondment).
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.
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.
But first, the basics: What is secondment? A secondment is either a detail or transfer that allows the U.S.
It stated her job with McNulty was only a secondment.
The PSNI said their officer was on secondment to the National Policing Improvement Agency when the Foreign Office made a request for a "specifically skilled officer".
The six-month secondment to Solihull Carers, based in Chelmsley Wood, was set up as part of the Golden Jubilee Trust, an initiative set up by the John Lewis Partnership to offer practical help to UK charities.
The secondments aim to build up the knowledge and expertise of those working there - and there's been no shortage of volunteers at the Coventry hospital.