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  1. Junior Member
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      • Native Language:
      • Romanian
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      • Moldova
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    Is this too formal?


    What do you think about the phrase "in service of (employer X)"

    Does this have a military connotation or a too formal tone?

    Example: "She can take maternity leave while in service of Technology Solutions"

    Looking forward to your valuable insight,
    Not a teacher here. Just an English buff.

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      • Malaysia
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    Re: Is this too formal?

    "In service at" would be acceptable but I would prefer "working at" or "under employment at".
    I am not a teacher or a native speaker.

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