“My Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has been an active contributor to planning activities for this conference, including a short-term secondment of an officer from our Latin America section and some financial assistance.”
“On 6 August 1945, Yamaguchi, a young engineer with the shipbuilder Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, was in Hiroshima at the end of a short-term secondment with two colleagues.”
“StaffShare allows organisations to register individuals, who could be under-utilised or at risk of redundancy, on a website offering their services on short - or medium-term secondment basis.”
“Several Air China staff are being trained by Cathay, and a long-term secondment programme for its top management is being studied.”
“I'm off (on long-term secondment actually) to work for as their Economic Development Manager.”
“The secondment, which is for an unlimited period is with effect from 01 February 2000.”
“Position yourself for a "secondment" into a different department, or even a permanent transfer, just for change of scenery.”
“Then, as it so often does, good fortune came my way in the colonial shape of a colleague of The Darling G, returning to the US after a secondment here.”
“Three days ago the Guardian's Moscow correspondent returned to Russia to resume his duties there after a period of secondment in London, where he had been working on the team assessing and organising WikiLeaks material.”
“Williams, a cycling fanatic and accomplished mathematician, was on secondment from GCHQ in Cheltenham to MI6 at their headquarters in Vauxhall, on the banks of the Thames.”
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