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Second

1. See: Second mortgage.

2. See: Second round.
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Alelaiwy, a secondee from the Facilities Planning Department, says she had only one concern when she joined RT Operations Engineering -- she wasn't busy enough.
Three secondee policy-makers and three secondee researchers were asked to comment on how the secondment experience has improved their understanding and commitment to evidence-informed policy-making in the Nigerian context.
The introduction of a trade union secondee this year to give additional advice to our employed members is an example of this.
(85) <<Ce n'est pas la premiere fois que le cLur paternel du Souverain Pontife eprouve une vive emotion a constater que Son Luvre apostolique, tendant a mettre un terme a l'horrible guerre actuelle ou du moins a en adoucir les terribles et incalculables souffrances, est secondee par des personnes et des institutions genereusement orientees vers le meme but.
Une bonne gestion alors secondee de plans ambitieux et efficaces donnerait lieu a un vrai developpement des services publics par exemple, qui sont en complete capilotade.
Mr Coppinger added: "I've brought to work for me a secondee who has got an appropriate and broad range of skills that I think will help me."
" b1rdman747 wrote: "I first met Dan when he arrived at GSS as a secondee captain.
(60) See interview with Sven Marius Urke, secondee of the Norwegian Foreign Ministry and currently international advisor at the Bosnian High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council in May 2011.
But the leased employee/ secondee structure completely eliminates the threat of a de facto employee determination because it classifies the services provider, from the beginning, as an employee.
"The investigation also found that the elected mayor was not involved in the appointment or line management of the secondee. As soon as concerns were raised the contract was terminated."
Employers planning to bring workers from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) into the UK as business visitors should be aware that new guidance from the UK Border Agency (UKBA) has reduced the scope of the secondee category.