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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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Another employee, Jeremy Beer, took advantage of a different program the Department offers to help balance jobs and home life: He job-shares in the Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs (SCA).
IQ and job-shares are just two programs WLD offers to enhance work/life balance, a matter of such importance to Secretary Kerry that the Quadrennial Development and Diplomacy Review (QDDR) lists it as a strategic objective.
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.
Another job-share alumnus is Deputy Assistant Secretary for Western Hemisphere Affairs Sue Saarnio, who shared a position while working on the Mexico desk.
And yes, things like job-shares can be a pain in the bottom, but only if the people doing the job sharing are rubbish to start with.
And one astonishing plan growing in favour by the Soho Square hierarchyis is to appoint a Premiership boss for the post, but only on a basis where he job-shares his duties with his club.
Job-sharing is a special type of part-time working where two people split a full-time post between them - around one per cent of the work-force currently job-shares.
On the 20th anniversary of the Working Mother "100 Best Companies," an exclusive Working Mother magazine survey has found that despite the growing popularity of compressed work weeks, job-shares, telecommuting and other workplace flexibility options, two out of three working mothers believe there is still a stigma attached to using flextime options that their companies allow.
On the 20th anniversary of the Working Mother 100 Best Companies, an exclusive Working Mother magazine survey found that despite the growing popularity of compressed work weeks, job-shares, telecommuting and other workplace flexibility options, two out of three working mothers believe there is still a stigma attached to using flextime options that their companies allow.
New job-shares take the talents of two competent, highly qualified professionals and team them up to create a whole greater than the sum of its parts.
Two innovative new job-share arrangements for professionals offer managers perhaps the most effective way for two flexible employees to work together.
It's the job-share team that can function best in the virtual workplace that runs 24/7.