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- v. Present participle of outplace.
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Some assignments involve outplacing 1,500 white - collared employees, '
Added Shermon: 'At present, we have the assignments for outplacing about 200 top management staff of automobile, real estate, electronics, engineering, IT, financial and insurance companies.'
But, on an average, we charge Rs. 400,000 for outplacing top management people and around Rs. 200,000 for middle level executives and half of that for junior level people, 'Shermon said.
Free topped her nearest competitor by nearly 10 points in each round, totallying 788, far outplacing second-place Priscilla Rickman of Dyersburg, Tenn., by 39 points.
And the overall impression I get is that tabloids have been outplacing their copywriters to the tech blogging "industry" that has taken over most US-based technology sites.