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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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"The Welsh Government will consider the case for changing the legislation in relation to Welsh Government ministers alongside any consideration which the National Assembly may give to the introduction of job-sharing for AMs.
THE Welsh Government has backed a proposal which could result in job-sharing ministers.
But offering job-sharing as an option to candidates "could lead to an increase in the diversity of representation within the Assembly".
Beer began job-sharing in 2011 while completing an MBA at Georgetown.
And only if I can have Rodney Bickerstaffe as Employment Minister, Gordon Brown for Foreign Secretary, John O'Farrell as Minister for Fun, Lord John Monks as Leader in the Lords and Scott and Bailey job-sharing as Justice Secretary.
The effectiveness of organisations can be enhanced by part-time working and job-sharing by professionals, including engineers.
The Sertec boom comes just three years after 170 job cuts, across the board wage reductions of 16 per cent, short-time working and job-sharing arrangements as the firm battled the worst effects of the recession.
"They are job-sharing so, if we have a road traffic accident and one doctor goes out to it, we will still have one doctor we can contact."
Ms Lee (pictured) is job-sharing the post, which involves supporting the nine-strong Yorkshire and Humber policy committee in representing the interests of small and medium-sized firms with local government and associated bodies.
Roughly 10 percent of UPS pilots could face furloughs if their union fails to come up with USD 40 million in savings through job-sharing, early retirements and other measures.
The Thames Valley Police Department in Great Britain has an extensive written job-sharing policy and documentation.