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job sharing

A flexible work arrangement in the UK in which two people/job-share partners divide one full-time job by splitting the day or week, or alternating on and off weeks, job responsibilities, pay and benefits.
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But call it job share and add a bit of gender equality in the mix and you have what the ancients called the good and the useful, which I would embrace at once.
When Neyland was on maternity leave, for instance, Retener began her job share, working half of each week to keep their projects moving.
The perceived perceptions of split leadership, reduced accountability and poor communication processes are just a few concerns purported by nursing organisations as detrimental to patient care with job share roles.
Applicants must be willing to work flexibly and have the necessary interpersonal, communication and case management skills to work effectively within this Job Share opportunity.
Of the department's 222 sworn employees, 11 job share.
We both love working as a job share and find this works really well for us.
Critics of the job share said it would devalue the office of regional bishop and that it might harm contacts with the Roman Catholic Church, something discounted by Lutheran Church spokesperson Susanne Hassen.
However, flexible workplace consultant Shaft Rosen Ascher says, "Personal priority should never be the sole reason for asking an employer to job share.
ONE of the most powerful jobs in the NHS in Coventry is to be split between two men in a remarkable job share scheme.
do you want to make a difference, you will play a vital role on legislative equality duties and issues, job share welcome, etc etc.
A study of workers in traditional banking and retail sectors found flexible hours, job share and organisational change "were a myth".