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Dutch law requires employers to obtain approval from the UWV for planned redundancies.
Reducing staff working hours, either as a mandatory or voluntary measure, became a go-to move for many agencies at the onset of the pandemic in the spring, as a way to cut costs and prevent redundancies and furloughs.
That will be followed by four weeks of public comment, while the development of a so-called synthetic sensor to add redundancy will take 20 to 24 months, he said.
The cuts are expected to be finished by 2022, and include 1,500 employees who have already taken volunteer redundancy this year, he said.
“It’s up to San Diego what they think is the best measure of redundancy that makes sense to them,” Kightlinger said.
China bolstered businesses, with measures ranging from tax cuts to employment subsidies, to prevent mass redundancies.
There exists simultaneously a redundancy of both factors in production.
Would not this redundancy prove it the work of a school rather than one hand?
The redundancy of insect and reptile life is wonderful in Southern India.
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