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redeployment

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˌriːdɪˈplɔɪmənt/
HR, WORKPLACE, MANAGEMENT the process of moving employees to a different job, or of sending them to work in a different place: redeployment in/within sth Employees who have lost their jobs will be considered for redeployment elsewhere within the organization. redeployment plans/options/opportunities(the) redeployment of staff/workers/posts "It is inevitable that there will be some branch closures, redeployment of staff, and some redundancies," the CEO said.
the process of using money or other assets for a different purpose from the one they were originally intended for: (the) redeployment of resources/assets/capital Even with the proposed redeployment of resources, there is simply not enough suitable manpower in many poor countries to provide the necessary services.
(Definition of redeployment from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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