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redeployment (of labour)

the movement of LABOUR from one firm to another, or from one industry to another, usually made necessary by technical change (the introduction of labour-saving machinery, for example) or by structural change (the decline of an industry, for example). Redeployment often requires a high degree of labour MOBILITY, both geographically and in terms of acquiring new job skills.

Increasingly, firms and other organizations are seeking to redploy existing staff within their own firm or organization as their job requirements change, with some departments or divisions being slimmed down or closed while other areas of the business expand. Using existing rather than new staff to fill newly created positions can save time and money See also RESOURCE ALLOCATION.

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But, even within the narrow parameters of parliamentary politics, a case could be made for opposing military deployment. As the Green Party USA argued in their November 7 letter, "...
BAGHDAD: Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said Tuesday that any foreign military deployment in Iraq must come with the approval and coordination with his country.
The MFO's mission in the Sinai is to monitor Egyptian military deployment in the central and eastern Sinai as part of the peace treaty signed between Egypt and Israel in 1979.
WARSAW, 09 April , 2009 (Frontier Star) -- Poland will boost its military deployment to Afghanistan by 20 percent to help secure elections in August and combat deteriorating security, Polish President Lech Kaczynski said the other day.
A proposal to adopt a state provision that would give supplemental pay to public employees on leave of absence for military deployment failed to gain town meeting approval.
Last Friday a New Zealand-led military deployment landed in Tonga in response to an official request by the South Pacific nation for assistance in restoring order following the mass rioting.
A EUROPEAN Union reconnaissance team will leave for Congo next week to prepare a possible military deployment by the EU in support of UN peacekeepers during upcoming elections in the African nation.
* The sudden move-out of a resident because of military deployment, permanent change of station, reservist or National Guard call-up, voluntary enlistment, military draft or release from active duty;
The Air Force's Air Mobility Command (AMC) provides global airlift, aerial refueling, and aeromedical evacuation support for both peacetime and wartime military deployment requirements.
Weisglass said: "It proposes that everywhere they succeed in preventing attacks or showing that they are making serious efforts to do so, Israel will react accordingly by changing its military deployment in the area and easing restrictions on trade and movement".
The parade has been scaled down this year because of heavy military deployment on the border with Pakistan.
The "G5" force is intended to partially replace the French "Barkane" military deployment in the region whose numbers are 4,000 men and is used to combat militant groups that are threatening stability in the sub-Saharan area.