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reclassifications

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  • noun Plural form of reclassification.

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Examples

  • Mr. Verghese attributed the differences to what he called "reclassifications," which he said weren't meaningful to the profitability of the Singapore-based company.

    Olam Chief Disputes Concerns Raised by CLSA

  • Employment of computer hardware engineers rose by 15,990 (possibly these are job title reclassifications).

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  • Employment of computer hardware engineers rose by 15,990 (possibly these are job title reclassifications).

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  • In fact, most Strategic Advisors -- those in Civil Service and those who are exempt from Civil Service -- achieved their positions through open, competitive, merit based hiring processes, or job reclassifications based increased job responsibilities, broader scope of work, or changing business needs.

    City Light Employees Plan to Unionize « PubliCola

  • "Such action," it said, "could complicate GS operations and policies by requiring job reclassifications and new regulations."

    Report gives 'pay retention' issue a careful look

  • The reclassifications were "primarily related to the continued market and liquidity deterioration in the mortgage markets," the company said.

    Morgan Stanley Reclassifies Assets,

  • Tourism minister Fernando Sumbana told the paper, "We are not saying that before, there existed no regulations, but now we are working towards implementing new regulations which would be met through reclassifications of the establishments."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • My cataloguing prof, on the current state of reclassifications from Dewey decimal to LoC: It isn't done in the heady way that it was in the 60s and 70s.

    September 4th, 2003

  • This index would take into account the effect of hospital reclassifications and redesignations.

    Presidential Plan To Modernize And Strengthen Medicare

  • Right now, facilities can get such reclassifications if the wages they pay their employees are at least 108 percent of average wages in their rural area, and at least 84 percent of average wages in a nearby urban area.

    Presidential Plan To Modernize And Strengthen Medicare

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