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the act of laying off an employee or a work force

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Various force shaping tools are utilized as needed with an objective to maintain a balanced inventory between 98 and 102 percent of authorized manning per year group.
Many of our discussions with FM officers in recent months have focused on career field changes and force shaping measures associated with the Air Force's drawdown of 35,000 active duty personnel, so we are focusing on those areas for this installment.
In Connecticut, GCS acquired the last office holdings of the FD Rich family, a major force shaping Stamford's office market over the last three decades.
This convergence of new players on a new playing field may be the most important force shaping global economics and politics in the early 21st century.
Any powerful force shaping research and research ethics (such as industry) derives and sustains its power from some of the assumptions that it shares with research ethics.
It is our intention that we do not want to make anybody leave the Air Force that does not want to leave, but offer alternatives to service and force shaping options that get the force that we have that's so dedicated and performing so superbly over into our chronic shortages.
As Osama bin Laden could tell you, religious extremism--especially Islamic fundamentalism--is a major force shaping world events today.
Working with Los Alterciopelados, Caetano Veloso, David Byrne and the "Red Hot" series, the Juilliard graduate is a force shaping the sounds of today.
The survey also shows that with the growth in their numbers, white evangelicals have emerged as a cohesive force shaping American political debate and holding more conservative views than other groups on issues including gay marriage, immigration policy and gun control, as well as abortion.
THE MOST SIGNIFICANT FORCE SHAPING THE ECONOMIC destiny of African Americans over the last 25 years has been the emergence of the black professional class.
Climate is the major force shaping ecosystems, but landform is the secondary differential criterion.
In The Culture of Cities (1938), City Development (1945), The City in History (1961), and The Urban Prospect (1968), Mumford demonstrates that the city is simultaneously an expression of civilization and a force shaping civilization's development.
The SIPits, held twice a year, are a driving force shaping SIP into a protocol that interoperates globally for real-time Internet communication services.
This edition integrates insights from the 2008 recession and the Occupy Movement and offers new chapters on the global spread of the creative class, the geography of inequality in the US, and the continuing influence of class as a force shaping the economy, politics, and health.
And remember that PTS is a force shaping tool to move Sailors to ratings where we need them, not to force them out of the Navy.
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