Temporary Assignment

Temporary Assignment

A work assignment is considered to be temporary if, at the time the assignment begins, it can be expected to last one year or less.
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Contract notice: temporary assignment of the right to use and maintenance with support for microsoft products licenses
Such an arrangement means the employee is working on the audit of a client's financial statements while on a temporary assignment from another audit firm, such as a foreign affiliate of the firm leading the audit.
due to some pressing domestic necessity) during your temporary assignment.
Police chief Dave Durant is heading off to regional headquarters in London on a temporary assignment for three months.
It leases and then subleases furnished quality condominiums to personnel on temporary assignment.
They've done so on temporary assignment to battalions, a circumvention of official policy that has helped the military to deal with staffing shortages during the last decade of war in Afghanistan and Iraq.
In May 2003, A began a temporary assignment at T's Oakbrook, IL office, which is 75 miles from her house, and moved out of the house.
Deidre Lee, the director, defense procurement and acquisition policy, has returned from an enormously challenging temporary assignment to Iraq's Coalition Provisional Authority.
veteran from New York City was in the Iraqi capital on a temporary assignment.
Q I was fired from a temporary assignment, even though I was doing a good job.
1 of the Act with a single successful bidder (employment agency) to provide temporary assignment of Agency staff work in accordance with 308 and 309 of the Act no.
The new amendments to the definition of statutory resident in New York State should have a significant impact on corporations that wish to send their employees to New York for a tour of duty or other temporary assignment.
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