job sharing


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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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I discussed options with my supportive office director and deputy, and job sharing stood out as an attractive arrangement for me and my office.
In about 1992 I went in for job sharing, a scheme which many doctors are taking up now.
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The FNC also proposed conducting feasibility study of job sharing -- an employment arrangement where typically two people are retained on a part-time or reduced-time basis to perform a job normally filled by one person working full-time.
The council will look to implement job reductions through redeployment, not filling vacancies, job sharing, retirements and voluntary and enforced redundancies.
Job sharing is all about cooperation, consultation, listening to the other person's point of view, taking turns etc.
If that need for work-life balance is making you wonder if full employment is such a great thing, why not become part of the job sharing movement?
UPS and IPA have agreed to allow pilots to sign up for "voluntary options including leaves of absence, early retirements, reduced-pay-guarantee routes, job sharing and a sick-time giveback.
Is job sharing a viable option that can help agencies recruit and retain employees?
Joanne Dignard has built a career up North returning to New Brunswick over the year's job sharing and staying close to her Acad is n roots.
I've spoken to my boss and he recommends job sharing.
Not many companies give such high-level job sharing opportunities so that is brilliant.