job-share

job-share

(jŏb′shâr′)
intr.v. job-shared, job-shar·ing, job-shares
To share the responsibility for one job in alternation with one or more part-time workers.

job′shar′er n.
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Beer credits the success of his job-share to his work partner and SCA, which recognized the value of hiring two experienced officers to fill a single job, to which they give the same high performance as expected of the rest of the SCA team.
While England Under-21 boss and ex-Villa defender Gareth Southgate has been mooted on a job-share basis.
Disability Politics UK is campaigning to change the laws to allow MPs to job-share.
They embarked upon the job-share as it allows them to spend more time at home with their young families while maintaining their successful careers.
Baldini was reportedly hopeful he would be allowed to take up the Roma post on a job-share with England.
The pair will job-share the post, which carries a salary of pounds 100,000 a year.
Interestingly, the author's research revealed that several law enforcement agencies in other countries have job-share programs and that two California law enforcement departments also employ this strategy.
After picking up the award Caron said: "I think that as we job-share ourselves we are demonstrating at a senior level that it can work.
A COMMON problem for an employer is how to allocate holidays to part-time or job-share staff.
The result was a huge onsite child care center at headquarters and a raft of other benefits, including a job-share program that has helped retain key members of the sales force.
Les Hurst and his wife Cal, who have five children aged between nine months and 12, took the decision to seek a job-share position after the birth of their twin sons last year.
TWIN sisters who hone the minds of Britain's top badminton players are causing confusion at a university after taking a job-share lecturing post.