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- v. Present participle of casualise.
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This one from Friday is about how bosses and "the system" are deliberately casualising what ought to be ongoing permanent jobs.
It wants employers to stop casualising and outsourcing jobs, and retailers to develop local production instead of looking to imports.
This number was declining as job shedding and casualising trends continued.
Posted on YouTube, the Hitler video portrays Mr Woodham as a dictator trying to destroy the union by casualising the workforce.
The disappearance of the cheque will be another stage in the casualising of everything we do, so that nothing seems special or important any more.
"... we will target specific employers who are retrenching, outsourcing and casualising workers, using labour brokers, or engaging in racist practices," Cosatu president Willie Madisha told reporters in Johannesburg on Tuesday.