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- v. Present participle of casualize.
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Then, in the 90s, there became this new status in casualizing and dressing down.
But on some fronts they are right: SOMEONE needs to be watchdogging and confronting Yale for casualizing women and faculty of color while consistently tenuring white men at a higher rate.
Likewise, it need not be greed for the bosses at the bank to try to out-compete other banks by exploiting that same bank worker by casualizing his labor more than them, because they must compete.