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reshuffle

noun [C]
 
 
/ˌriːˈʃʌfl/ GOVERNMENT, HR, MANAGEMENT
an occasion when people's positions in an organization or group are changed around: a government/cabinet reshuffle His departure would trigger a cabinet reshuffle, which could spark renewed conflict within the ruling party. A management reshuffle should help the company. The move has triggered a reshuffle of responsibilities among some of the group's most senior executives.
Translations of “reshuffle”
in Chinese (Traditional) 改組, 崗位調整, 重新安排…
in Russian перестановка…
in Turkish başka bir işle görevlendirme…
in Chinese (Simplified) 改组, 岗位调整, 重新安排…
in Polish przetasowanie…
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