laid-off


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Adj.1.laid-off - having lost your job
unemployed - not engaged in a gainful occupation; "unemployed workers marched on the capital"
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The Egyptian Center for Economic and Social Rights (ECESR) organised Tuesday a press conference shedding light on the situation of laid-off public company workers and that of laid-off journalists.
Stressing on the need for providing assistance to laid-off temporary workers, he said: "When these people are laid off because of a downturn, there should be some mechanism by which they are given part of their wages at subsistence rate." On the significance of having temporary workers, he said a certain percentage of the total workforce need to be non-permanent to cater for the fluctuations and demands in the auto industry.
The company said 200 employees were laid off, adding 100 of the laid-off employees have appealed the decision at an internal appeals committee and 11 were reinstated.
That means tracking the employees and getting them signed up again if they choose, as well as telling newly laid-off workers about the extended time limit.
Summary: <p>BEIRUT: The Samir Kassir Eyes (SKeyes) Foundation held a meeting on Monday to express solidarity with laid-off employees at several Lebanese media outlets.
BARGAINS Laid-off construction workers in market for home renovations
Under the federal COBRA program, laid-off workers have the right to temporarily keep their group health coverage under their former employer's medical plan, if the employer had 20 or more employees.
Byline: Country to provide loans for laid-off OFWs to start projects at home.
WORKERS at Bridgend's Ford plant were reeling today after it emerged that nearly half of the factory's staff could be temporarily laid-off over Christmas.
Laid-off employees were given severance packages, which included placement support and counseling, according to Mr.
When CSX reduced its workforce, the company and its employees' union agreed to a forced transfer arrangement under which laid-off employees were allowed to choose among three options: They could transfer to a new location and come back to work for CSX, remain laid-off and forfeit any further temporary benefits while retaining their employment rights, or leave the company after receiving a lumpsum payment.