with an interruption when she served as Director

apoziopeza

Senior Member
slovak
Hi,

in the context below is the word interruption OK, or would you suggest any other word? break maybe?

thanks,

A.

Context (short bio):

She has been with the firm since 2005 with an interruption when she served as Director for a local XY firm. She rejoined in 2007 at the position of the Managing Director.
 
  • PaulQ

    Banned
    UK
    English - England
    I feel that the sentence is stylistically poor and that a complete revision would enable the intended meaning to be carried much better.

    Unfortunately, the forum is not suitable for proofreading or wholesale re-writes.

    It may help if I said that "She has been with the firm since 2005" would be better as "She joined the firm in 2005, ..."
     

    apoziopeza

    Senior Member
    slovak
    ok I understand you cannot correct the whole phrase, but my main problem is the word interruption - is it undestandable or would you use other word in this context? thanks
     

    PaulQ

    Banned
    UK
    English - England
    I think not; to me, hiatus implies something is missing and unaccounted for rather than a simple change of job that is explained.
     
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