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posting

noun
 
 
/ˈpəʊstɪŋ/
[C] HR a job, often within the organization that you already work for, which involves going to a different country or town to work for a particular period: a foreign/overseas postinga posting in/to sth He will use a two-year posting in Singapore to encourage people to consider living and working in Scotland.
[C] INTERNET an electronic message or information that is put on a website in order to allow many people to see it: A separate report on Thursday showed that job postings on the internet stayed strong in July. an internet/online/website posting a blog/bulletin board/message board posting
[C or U] ACCOUNTING the process of writing figures in a ledger (= book recording money that a company has spent and received), or the figures that are written: The company's posting of third-quarter earnings indicated a substantial slackening in computer sales.
[U] mainly UK COMMUNICATIONS the act of sending a letter or package by mail: Proof of posting does not constitute proof of delivery. →  See also certificate of posting
Translations of “posting”
in Chinese (Traditional) 工作, 派駐…
in Russian назначение на должность (в другом месте)…
in Turkish atama, tayin, görevlendirme…
in Chinese (Simplified) 工作, 派驻…
in Polish wyjazd na placówkę, delegacja…
(Definition of posting from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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