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delayering

(diːˈleɪərɪŋ)
n
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the process of pruning the administrative structure of a large organization by reducing the number of tiers in its hierarchy
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delayering

[diːˈleɪərɪŋ] N (Admin) → reducción f de niveles jerárquicos
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The horizontal construction company also learned how to use its equipment for vertical delayering to rescue people trapped in collapsed structures without endangering the victims or rescuers.
It is only when the Afrikan begins to honestly look at the reality of the Afrikan experience in America that he/she can begin the dynamic delayering process of constructing identity.
This will result in a strong focus on internal efficiencies and process improvement, delayering and redundancies.
Companies struggle with how to meet employee career expectations at a time when companies are delayering, and opportunities for growth have changed geographies.
The Changing Nature of Work and Employment', describes global trends like increase in part-time and casual employment, outsourcing and subcontracting, downsizing and delayering, earning inequalities etc.
The group started the process by identifying and then assessing known tools--reengineering, restructuring, delayering, benchmarking, zero-based budgeting, management by objectives and various quality initiatives.
Today Aer Lingus has issued a new solution for its cabin crew employees, who did not support the cost reduction programme, including redundancies, reduced salaries, new working conditions and the delayering of the cabin crew organisation.
Furthermore, many have gone through several rounds of cutting the organization, which may have included downsizing the sales force, delayering management levels and re-organizing along business unit lines.
The mining giant said the delayering and other efficiency measures are expected to result in a reduction of overhead staff of approximately 25 per cent with associated cost savings anticipated at $120 million a year.
Ken Mulkearn, of IDS, said: "Following the delayering of the early 1990s recession, few firms have much spare capacity left to cut.
Ken Mulkearn of IDS said: "Following the delayering of the early 1990s recession, few firms have much spare capacity left to cut.