laying off


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laying off

The elimination of roller marks or brush marks on a wet paint surface by the application of light brush strokes.
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He commended Gulf Air board of directors for their decision to reverse the laying off of Bahraini employees, taking into account their family situation.
Washington [United States], May 29 ( ANI ): In a latest instance of discrimination in the tech industry, chip maker Intel has been accused of laying off some of its staff based on their age.
KARACHI -- PIA has denied media reports regarding laying off of 30 percent PIA employees as a result of closing down of airline's town offices.
Daimler AG (NYSE: DAI)(FWB:DAI), a Germany-based automaker, is laying off more than 1,200 workers this week at a pair of North Carolina assembly plants.
The Canadian Airport Workers' Union on Thursday reported that the Garda Security Group is planning on laying off 299 security screeners at Pearson International Airport.
The bank is said to have informed officials in Connecticut that it would be laying off about 100 workers in Hartford and East Hartford.
The financial crisis, which impacted the world in 2008 has had a negative effect on the Lebanese media as leading media firms have been laying off employees due to financial difficulties, the pan-Arab daily ASHARQ AL AWSAT reported Thursday.