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22 de octubre de 2014 Universidad nacional de Trujillo 1. Retirement {sustantivo}  act of retiring; withdrawal from one's job or occupation (usually due to old age); stage in life when a person no longer works due to old age Example:  However, I do not agree that the retirement age for workers should be raised. 2. Retire  Withdrawn from one's occupation, business, or office; having finished one's active working life.  To give up or withdraw from an office, occupation,
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  22 de octubre de 2014 Universidad nacional de rujillo   1.   Retirement   {sustantivo}   act of retiring; withdrawal from one's job or occupation (usually due to old age); stage in life when a person no longer works due to old age Example:   However, I do not agree that the retirement  age for workers should be raised. 2.   Retire   Withdrawn from one's occupation, business, or office; having finished one's active working life.   To give up or withdraw from an office, occupation, or career, usu. because of age.   When someone retires, they leave their job and stop working, often because they have reached the age when they can get a pension. Example:     Gladys retired  at the age of sixty-eight.   They had decided to retire  from farming. 3.   Career paths   a period of time spent in a job or profession Example:   Freedom of movement must be encouraged, while ensuring that career paths  are safeguarded. 4.   Demoted   lower in rank or position   To reduce to a lower grade or rank.   Verb. Assign to a lower position; reduce in rank; She was demoted because she always speaks up    Antonym: promote Example:   was demoted  from captain to lieutenant 5.   Downsized   to reduce the operating costs of a company by reducing the number of people it employs   To reduce in size or number; cut back: to downsize a company or labor force. Example:   The company will have to downsize  to cut costs.   He was downsized  and is looking for a new job.  22 de octubre de 2014 Universidad nacional de rujillo   6.   Delayered (verb)   (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) to prune the administrative structure of (a large organization) by reducing the number of tiers in its hierarchy   The period of time during which one is delayed.   The act of delaying; postponement: Example:  responded without delay.     To act or move slowly; put off an action or a decision.    Noun : delay Example:   This has delayed the finalisation of the directive for an unnecessary six months.   The lack of complete answers by Ireland has delayed this new assessment. 7.   Outsourced (verb)   turn to outside suppliers or manufacturers; contract workers from outside of a company to perform specific tasks instead of using company employees   to subcontract (work) to another company   Obtain (goods or a service) from an outside or foreign supplier, especially in place of an internal source. “o utsourcing components from other countries   Outsourcing is the practice of contracting a business function to a third party. 8.   In-house (adj.)   adj. that takes place inside a company, within an organization, belonging to an organization, internal, done within an organization, part of a company or an organization, internal; of or pertaining to an operation that is carried on within a company or an organization and not done somewhere else under contract   Conducted within, coming from, or being within an organization or group :  An in-house computer system; in-house counsel; an in-house newsletter    9.   Freelancers {substantive}   one who works for himself and is not employed on a salary basis for a single employer   work on a short-term contract basis for several different companies 10.   Flexibility    {substantive}   Adj. Also: flexile / able to adaptable: flexible working hours; tractable   Flexibility - the quality of being adaptable or variable; he enjoyed the flexibility of his working arrangement

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