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The redundancy of a roundup article doesn’t come from the list of people contributing to it, but from the very topic, you will choose for it.
SIMPLE GUIDE TO CREATING AN EXPERT ROUNDUP POST THAT DRIVES WEBSITE TRAFFICIVAN AMBROCIONOVEMBER 26, 2020SEARCH ENGINE WATCH
Dutch law requires employers to obtain approval from the UWV for planned redundancies.
UBER REFUSED PERMISSION TO DISMISS 11 STAFF AT ITS EMEA HQNATASHA LOMASNOVEMBER 23, 2020TECHCRUNCH
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.
‘PEOPLE HAVE HAD PERMISSION TO EXPERIMENT’: PANDEMIC EXPEDITES RETHINK ON 9-TO-5 WORK STRUCTURESJESSICA DAVIESNOVEMBER 23, 2020DIGIDAY
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.
BOEING SHARES SOAR AFTER EUROPEAN REGULATOR APPEARS TO GIVE THE GREEN LIGHT TO 737 MAXBERNHARD WARNEROCTOBER 16, 2020FORTUNE
The cuts are expected to be finished by 2022, and include 1,500 employees who have already taken volunteer redundancy this year, he said.
SHELL ANNOUNCES BIG LAYOFFS AS THE PRICE OF ITS NET-ZERO RESTRUCTURING PLAN BECOMES CLEARERKDUNN6SEPTEMBER 30, 2020FORTUNE
“It’s up to San Diego what they think is the best measure of redundancy that makes sense to them,” Kightlinger said.
THE WATER AUTHORITY IS RESURRECTING ITS PIPE DREAM – AGAINMACKENZIE ELMERSEPTEMBER 1, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
China bolstered businesses, with measures ranging from tax cuts to employment subsidies, to prevent mass redundancies.
HAVES AND HAVE-NOTS: PANDEMIC RECOVERY EXPLODES CHINA’S WEALTH GAPDANIEL MALLOYAUGUST 19, 2020OZY
The French continually offers redundancy of subject or complement, but not with the relative.
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
In the fifth edition, Richardson seems chiefly concerned with redundancy, but he also diminishes some of the praise.
SAMUEL RICHARDSON'S INTRODUCTION TO PAMELASAMUEL RICHARDSON
Exuberantly ornamented, it never oversteps the thin line which separates richness from redundancy.
THE RIVERS OF GREAT BRITAIN: RIVERS OF THE EAST COASTVARIOUS
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JULY 25, 2021
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WORDS RELATED TO REDUNDANCY

  • circumlocution
  • copiousness
  • diffuseness
  • diffusion
  • garrulity
  • logorrhea
  • long-windedness
  • loquaciousness
  • loquacity
  • prolixity
  • redundance
  • redundancy
  • repetition
  • rhetoric
  • tautology
  • verbiage
  • verboseness
  • verbosity
  • windiness
  • wordage
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