casualize

Related to casualize: Chuse, overcalculate

casualize

(ˈkæʒʊəˌlaɪz) or

casualise

vb (tr)
to alter working practices so that regular workers are re-employed on a casual or short-term basis
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casualize


Past participle: casualized
Gerund: casualizing

Imperative
casualize
casualize
Present
I casualize
you casualize
he/she/it casualizes
we casualize
you casualize
they casualize
Preterite
I casualized
you casualized
he/she/it casualized
we casualized
you casualized
they casualized
Present Continuous
I am casualizing
you are casualizing
he/she/it is casualizing
we are casualizing
you are casualizing
they are casualizing
Present Perfect
I have casualized
you have casualized
he/she/it has casualized
we have casualized
you have casualized
they have casualized
Past Continuous
I was casualizing
you were casualizing
he/she/it was casualizing
we were casualizing
you were casualizing
they were casualizing
Past Perfect
I had casualized
you had casualized
he/she/it had casualized
we had casualized
you had casualized
they had casualized
Future
I will casualize
you will casualize
he/she/it will casualize
we will casualize
you will casualize
they will casualize
Future Perfect
I will have casualized
you will have casualized
he/she/it will have casualized
we will have casualized
you will have casualized
they will have casualized
Future Continuous
I will be casualizing
you will be casualizing
he/she/it will be casualizing
we will be casualizing
you will be casualizing
they will be casualizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been casualizing
you have been casualizing
he/she/it has been casualizing
we have been casualizing
you have been casualizing
they have been casualizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been casualizing
you will have been casualizing
he/she/it will have been casualizing
we will have been casualizing
you will have been casualizing
they will have been casualizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been casualizing
you had been casualizing
he/she/it had been casualizing
we had been casualizing
you had been casualizing
they had been casualizing
Conditional
I would casualize
you would casualize
he/she/it would casualize
we would casualize
you would casualize
they would casualize
Past Conditional
I would have casualized
you would have casualized
he/she/it would have casualized
we would have casualized
you would have casualized
they would have casualized
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
Translations

casualize

casualise [ˈkæʒuəlaɪz] (British) vt [+ workforce, employees] → précarisercasual labour nmain-d'œuvre f temporaire
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References in periodicals archive ?
We continue to casualize and contemporize," said Michael
They'd simply buy a firm for a few billion, aggressively asset-strip it, casualize the workforce, and sell it on for an inflated price.
Qantas Executive General Manager Engineering David Cox said this week there would be no weakening of the airline's negotiating position, said to include plans to reclassify some engineer positions and casualize parts of its workforce.
Labor market deregulation is sometimes direct, or policy-based, as when a government eases state regulation of labor markets and employment practices, (15) or when companies purposefully casualize in-house work and outsource and informalize production and services previously performed in-house.
"Politically, it was much easier to casualize and degrade the job of college teaching now that it wasn't just a white man's job," Berry says.
The result is subcontracting and outsourcing, each of which tends to casualize employment globally.
Acknowledging consumers' casual lifestyles, Krangel plans to casualize "the Lenox way" by entering new categories, such as lighting, and introducing new materials, such as metals (as it did with its Winter Greetings assortment).
These approaches proved not nearly aggressive enough when pitted against a CPR determined to casualize its work force and "stamp out unionism at its fringes," (12) a telling description of the corporate agenda provided by one union leader.
Because exhibitors at the show know that even as Americans continue to casualize their lifestyles, they are still on the hunt for luxury.
The fixtures spotlight Lenox's accent plates, said Donnell, attempting to "casualize" formal patterns.