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job sharing

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the division of a job between two or more people such that each covers the same job for complementary parts of the day or week
job sharer n
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job sharing

[ˈdʒɒbˌʃɛərɪŋ] njob sharing m inv suddivisione di un posto di lavoro tra due persone che lavorano part-time
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Holland has been working part-time for England, but Southgate - expected to be named Three Lions boss by next Wednesday - does not want his right-hand man in a job share.
Job share and gender equality, a new opportunity for Cyprus' top job
Rachel Waldstein and Jehan Jones-Radgowski, successful job share partners in the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor, said their individual strengths combine to bring to the job a richer perspective on issues, due in part to the extra viewpoint.
I bet a lot of those OAPs are in a far better financial position than I was during job share.
The ability to job share a leadership role such as CNC is often maligned by organisations.
pro rata The University is seeking to appoint an experienced individual to work as part of a job share with an existing member of staff.
After the birth of her second son, she decided to job share and advised, "The Calgary Police Service has been a great employer.
We both previously worked for the director of nursing and midwifery (not in a job share position) and this post was the logical next step in our careers.
For example, an employer has two secretaries, Anne and Margaret, who job share.
Asda is promoting its manager job share scheme to people who want a management position without committing to full-time hours.
WANTED: person fluent in English and French (spoken and written) and interested in thoroughbred racing and breeding, for Paris job share between the European Federation of Thoroughbred Breeders' Associations and the Syndicat des Eleveurs (French TBA).
The calling of these two people makes clear that it is not only possible to occupy the post of a parish pastor as a job share but also positions of leadership in the church," said the head of the Bavarian church, Bishop Johannes Friedrich.