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natural wastage

noun [U] uk   us   UK (also wastage, US attrition)
a reduction in the number of people who work for an organization that is achieved by not replacing those people who leave
Translations of “natural wastage”
in Chinese (Traditional) (由離職引起的)自然減員(縮小編制)…
in Chinese (Simplified) (由离职引起的)自然减员…
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