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secondment

(sɪˈkɒndmənt)
n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) Brit a temporary transfer to another job or post within the same organization
[C19: from French en second in second rank (or position)]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.secondment - a speech seconding a motion; "do I hear a second?"
agreement - the verbal act of agreeing
2.secondment - the detachment of a person from their regular organization for temporary assignment elsewhere
reassignment - assignment to a different duty
Translations

secondment

[sɪˈkɒndmənt] Ntraslado m
on secondmenttrasladado, destacado
she is on secondment to section Bha sido trasladada temporalmente a la sección B, está destacada en la sección B

secondment

[sɪˈkɒndmənt] n (British)détachement m
to be on secondment → être en détachementsecond name nnom m de famillesecond person n (GRAMMAR) the second person singular → la deuxième personne du singulier
the second person plural → la deuxième personne du plurielsecond-rate [ˌsɛkəndˈreɪt] adj [goods] → de qualité inférieure; [work] → médiocre; [writer, actor, player, film] → de seconde zone; [service, meal] → médiocresecond sight n
to have second sight → avoir le don de double vuesecond string
n (mainly US) (SPORT) (= player) → remplaçant(e) m/f (= team) → équipe f réserve
adj (mainly US) (SPORT) [team] → réserve; [player, horse] → remplaçant(e)second-tier [ˌsɛkəndˈtɪər] modif (= second-rate) [player, writer, actor, film] → de seconde zonesecond wind [ˌsɛkəndˈwɪnd] nsecond souffle m
to get one's second wind → trouver un second souffleSecond World War n
the Second World War → la seconde guerre mondiale

secondment

n (Brit) → Abordnung f; to be on secondmentabgeordnet sein

secondment

[sɪˈkɒndmənt] n (Brit) (of employee) → distaccamento
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the subject of this invitation to tender is the conclusion of a secondment contract for a full nine-month period (39 working hours / week).
Referring to Ms Hale's involvement with Bad Wolf, Dame Shan wrote to Welsh Conservative AM Suzy Davies stating: "In the case of this particular secondment I can confirm that the appropriate processes were put in place.
But Permanent Secretary Dame Shan Morgan said there was room for improvement in the way Natasha Hale's secondment to Bad Wolf was managed.
Summary: The selected UAE national employees have successfully passed the rigorous PwC selection process and began their 12-month secondment with PwC
Ministry permanent secretary Alexandros Zenon noted that since 2014, when problems in the secondment process were identified, the issue has been brought before the cabinet twice.
Al-Zaini: found his secondment at TPG to be highly beneficial and rewarding.
Four members of the Dignity and Truth Commission had rejected, on August 15, the decision to terminate the secondment sent chairperson of IVD Sihem Ben Sedrine to the president of the emergency unit and member of the Disciplinary Board without consulting the Commission's Board.
The PCAOB has updated its staff guidance for the requirements of Form AP to explain how audit firms should disclose information about employees who work for them in a secondment arrangement.
He retired from ICI Pakistan as Finance Director and also served a period of secondment to ICI Plc's headquarters in London, said a statement here on Thursday.
Undertaken secondments with HM Treasury (as part of PFI Taskforce secondment); ?
Bahrain: The first batch of participants in the First Deputy Prime Minister (FDPM) fellowship programme concluded their one-year secondment at the FDPM Office.
To address this, secondment of executive staff is commonly used to provide for the continued employment of hotel executive personnel (general manager, financial controller and, in some cases, department heads) by the hotel operator, with a secondment to the hotel owner for the purposes of sponsorship and visa only.