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  • noun Plural form of bossnapping.

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Examples

  • In recent weeks, France has also seen a series of "bossnappings" - the practice of workers retaining their bosses in their company's buildings in order to call attention to their discontent.

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  • France has been hit by a series of so-called bossnappings since the onset of the economic downturn which has seen managers held hostage by workers protesting job or wage cuts.

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  • For example, last year's rash of "bossnappings" brief detention of executives by workers that rarely turn violent to protest factory closures was often car ried out independently of unions.

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  • Over the past few weeks, French workers facing layoffs have pioneered a new negotiating tactic called "bossnappings," in which managers are taken captive to extract better compensation packages.

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  • Last year, French workers hit by a wave of layoffs carried out a series of "bossnappings" to press demands for better redundancy packages, but the radical action has subsided over past months.

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  • Last year, French workers hit by a wave of layoffs carried out a series of "bossnappings" to press demands for better redundancy packages, but the radical action has subsided over past months.

    IOL: News

  • Last year, French workers hit by a wave of layoffs carried out a series of "bossnappings" to press demands for better redundancy packages, but the radical action has subsided over past months.

    IOL: News

  • Last year, French workers hit by a wave of layoffs carried out a series of "bossnappings" to press demands for better redundancy packages, but the radical action has subsided over past months.

    IOL: News

  • Last year, French workers hit by a wave of layoffs carried out a series of "bossnappings" to press demands for better redundancy packages, but the radical action has subsided over past months.

    IOL: News

  • Last year, French workers hit by a wave of layoffs carried out a series of "bossnappings" to press demands for better redundancy packages, but the radical action has subsided over past months.

    IOL: News

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