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How To Use laid-off In A Sentence

  • My biggest fear is not that I will not be able to retire until I am 70 — it is that I will be foced to take retirement get laid-off at 55 and *not* be able to work until I turn 70. The welfare state’s dirty little secret is out
  • The report said demonstrators, composed of workers, laid-off employees, and pensioners from a Liaoyang ferroalloy factory, blocked the main road leading to the provincial capital, Shenyang.
  • The spectacle of the semi-literate president instructing laid-off workers to ‘go get an education’ provided one of the most memorable impressions of the evening.
  • With a laid-off father who likes drinking and often scolds him without reason, he says he hardly feels emotionally attached to his father.
  • This means that laid-off staff have to queue up with all other unsecured creditors for whatever percentage of moneys owing is paid out after the Inland Revenue Department is satisfied.
  • But then the man turns out to be a laid-off engineer who's putting on an act to gain sympathy.
  • For instance, many downsizing employers invest in outplacement services, helping laid-off workers to find new jobs or to acquire new skills.
  • What better chance to re-employ the hordes of laid-off middle-aged workers from State-owned companies and all for free, nay, even a substantial profit could result.
  • That's largely because of a system called flexicurity that gives employers the freedom to hire and fire, while the state supports laid-off workers with generous benefits and training. Can The European Welfare State Survive?
  • Pepsi referred Ms. Service to an "outplacement" firm that specializes in helping laid-off employees get new work. Outplacement Firms Struggle to Do Job
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