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jobsharenoun [C or U]

(also job-share) uk   us   /ˈdʒɒbʃeər/ HR, WORKPLACE
a situation where the duties and the pay of one job are divided between two people who work at different times during the day or week: a jobshare partnership We're doing a jobshare, so I work two days a week, and she works three.

jobshareverb [I]

(also job-share) uk   us   /ˈdʒɒbʃeər/ HR, WORKPLACE
to have a job for which the duties and the pay are divided between two people who work at different times during the day or week: Applications to jobshare will be welcomed.
jobsharer
noun [C] (also job-sharer)
The line management of jobsharers needs to be thought out carefully.
jobsharing
noun [U] (also job-sharing)
Jobsharing can improve efficiency.
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