natural wastage


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natural wastage

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) another term for attrition3
Translations

natural wastage

n (Industry) → naturale diminuzione f di personale (per pensionamento, decesso, ecc.)
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The natural wastage will take place over a five-year period.
The Fire Brigades Union (FBU) has not ruled out strike action after they say bosses at West Midlands Fire Service have earmarked 300 firefighting posts to be lost through "natural wastage".
Speedy did not spell out details of job cuts but it is understood that it will mean 200 jobs going, with around one third coming through redundancies and the rest via natural wastage.
"Reducing the number of veterans is due to natural wastage. The average age of World War II veterans is 87-90 years.
The tenderer must be aware that due to natural wastage and operational damage to kits, small quantities of kits may require replacing, for example 1 single Kit at a time Response deadline (Irish time) 28-11-2014 16:00
West Yorkshire Police told in the Y FOI: "In 2010 the Force was required to make signicant savings and on conclusion of a review of the dog section, the recommendations were that the section reduced number through natural wastage.
If redundancies were required, why not make them gradually, using natural wastage where possible?
Negotiations are currently ongoing, but a spokeswoman for Staffordshire Fire and Rescue said they were confident of losing the 25 jobs through voluntary redundancy, natural wastage and redeploying affected staff elsewhere.
We would hope to try to absorb that through natural wastage, which has generally been our policy."
A further 5000 jobs will go through "natural wastage".
A considerable part of the jobs will be cut via natural wastage, but the bank will also lay off employees, Peter Straarup, chairman of the executive board, told Danish newswire Ritzau Finans today.
In these straitened times, nurses, doctors and teachers all face increasing pressure as "natural wastage", as it's called, takes hold.