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To cover other policy areas, the FCO needs to bring more outside experts into the office on short-term secondments or expose all its London-based jobs to outside competition.
Diplomatic faux pas 2009
Both carriers also have hosted joint workshops in engineering, computer support and other operations, but these personnel exchanges haven't been long-term secondments, a Cathay Pacific spokeswoman said.
The CDI will provide practical, expert assistance to developing countries through formal training programs, institutional visits and short-term secondments to Australian institutions.
It lists payments to Ernst & Young and engineering group Parsons Brinckerhoff, which have both provided staff on long-term secondments.
The firm is in discussions with staff about potential job cuts, but it is also considering options including short - and long-term secondments to other offices.
Law.com - Newswire 2009
Philip Clarke, head of better regulation, told FoodNavigator. com that the first round of short-term secondments have been organized with Noon Foods for next month, and others are under negotiation.
FoodNavigator RSS 2008
There are emails arriving in my inbox every day about secondments or organisations interested in talking about research projects.
Topshop, the star performer in Sir Philip Green's £2.7bn Arcadia retail empire, is exposed for paying graduates on month-long work experience secondments just £3.50 a day plus limited travel expenses.
Accountancy giants such as KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Deloitte and Grant Thornton have offered the party the equivalent of hundreds of thousands of pounds in cash and non-cash donations such as staff secondments and consultancy services.
Equivalent of hundreds of thousands of pounds given in form of staff secondments and consultancy services