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natural wastage in Employment topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnatural wastageˌnatural ˈwastage noun [uncountable]  BEa reduction in the number of people employed by an organization, which happens when people leave their jobs and the jobs are not given to anyone else
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natural wastageThere is a natural wastage of at least five percent on any diet.Voluntary redundancies and natural wastage are expected instead of sackings.No, natural wastage, as they call it these days, took care of the decrease.He didn't mind the natural wastage, at all.Membership from now on will be by invitation only as existing places become available through natural wastage.Ten of the posts to go will disappear through natural wastage.For the Army we are talking about in excess of 10,000 redundancies and much of the other reductions will occur through natural wastage.