secondee


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secondee

(səˌkɒnˈdiː)
n
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a person who is seconded
2. (Military) a person who is seconded
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Before joining the WLGA, Naomi was a secondee to the Welsh Government working on race equality and asylum and immigration issues.
Alfaraj -- a secondee from the Inspection Department -- inside RTR, checking on equipment and working with operations and maintenance engineers to find solutions that will keep the plant running safely and efficiently.
(10) Secondments have been shown to offer the opportunity to enhance personal development and working practices for front-line staff through valuable first-hand encounters whereby the secondee will experience new concepts, values and cultures which can test their ability to succeed in a different environment.
Gonzalez lived in London in 2012 as part of the Secondee Counsel Program run by Faraday Underwriting Syndicate 435 at Lloyd's.
Kearney, and World Economic Forum Secondee 4IR Future of Production, Mauricio Zuazua, Partner, A.T.
Mais l'intervention de Delira, la mere du defunt, secondee par Annaise, membre du clan de Gervilen mais qui avait rejoint celui de Manuel, permettra de sauver le projet de reconcilier les habitants du village
And it's why NZNO kaiwhakahaere Kerri Nuku, chief executive (CE) Memo Musa and I went all the way to Geneva last month, to attend meetings organised by the International Council of Nurses (ICN) the first under the new ICN CE, New Zealand nurse Frances Hughes, and new ICN policy consultant (and former Royal College of Nursing secondee to NZNO) Howard Catton.
"We have one secondee here from Radyr Comprehensive School, who has been very effective, but she's only with us until July.
Stephane de Mahieu, an ExxonMobil secondee, succeeded Pierre Offant in the role of NCOC Managing Director as of May 1, 2014.