de-manning

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de-manning

[ˌdiːˈmænɪŋ] N (Brit) (Ind) → reducción f de personal, despidos mpl
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de-manning

n (Brit, of industry) → Personal- or Stellenabbau m
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Severe objections have been aired throughout the National Guard against the proposal, which is part of the broader plan to reduce military service to 19 months through the de-manning of guard posts.
"An important part of the plan is a de-manning program targeted to reduce the number of employees by some 1,000.
"The employee representatives in the corporate assembly emphasised that they agree on the need for restructuring but that they do not agree on the presented de-manning figure," Norsk Hydro said.