Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between downsizing and retrenchment?
Downsizing is the act of making something smaller where retrenchment is the act of cutting something down or a reduction of something. ...
Asked in Business & Finance
What is retrenchment compensation?
Retrenchment means lay off of employees from the company on account of many reasons like, company going in debt or company's need to cut down the payroll, etc. The compensation given at that time to the employees for firing of them without any notice is called retrenchment compensation. ...
Asked in Tree Fertilizer
What are advantage and disadvantage of a firm using retrenchment growth strategy?
The advantage is that the wage bill is reduced, the disadvantage of the retrenchment growth strategy is that a firm may loses employee without reaching their full potential. ...
Asked in Labor and Employment Law, Definitions
Difference between lay-off and retrenchment?
# to lay-off, or a lay-off is to get rid of staff, temporary or permanent discharge of workers; redundancy. # retrenchment is to reduce the amount (of costs); to cut down on expenses; to introduce economies. So, whilst all lay-offs may be part of an retrenchment strategy, not all retrenchments necessarily involve lay-offs. ...
Asked in Canadian Prime Ministers
What party was Kim Campbell in as prime minister?
The Progressive Conservative party. The Progressive Conservative party. The Progressive Conservative party. The Progressive Conservative party. The Progressive Conservative party. The Progressive Conservative party. The Progressive Conservative party. The Progressive Conservative party. The Progressive Conservative party. The Progressive Conservative party. The Progressive Conservative party. ...
Different types of business strategies in strategic management?
stability expansion growth retrenchment etc
Asked in Hyperbole and Superlative
What are the comparative and superlative forms of conservative?
more conservative, most conservative
Asked in Canada Politics
How many prime ministers of Canada were leaders of the conservative party?
Since the Conservative party has changed over time, roughly 13 of the Prime Ministers of Canada were leader of 'the Conservative Party'. (This may be disputed by historians). Sir John A Macdonald (Liberal-Conservative) Sir John Abbott (Liberal-Conservative) Sir John Thompson (Liberal-Conservative) Sir Mackenzie Bowell (Conservative) Sir Charles Tupper (Conservative) Sir Robert Borden (Conservative -> Unionist) Arthur Meighen (National Liberal and Conservative Party / Conservative) Richard Bedford Bennett (Conservative) John Diefenbaker (Progressive Conservative) Joe Clark (Progressive Conservative) Brian Mulroney (Progressive Conservative) Kim Campbell (Progressive Conservative) Stephen Harper (Conservative) ...
Asked in Prefixes Suffixes and Root Words
What prefix could be added to conservative to mean very conservative?
How should you used the word conservative in a sentence?
She was dressed in a conservative suit. That politician has a conservative outlook. ...
Asked in Economics
What are the causes of retrenchment?
Retrenchment is the act of cutting down or reduction, particularly in the area of public expenditure, money availability would cause the need to retrench. Some of the causes of retrenchment are: Technology: New technologies can cause the need for company reorganization. For instance, if there is a new machine that digs a ditch, you would hire a person to run the machine, but let go the ten man shovel crew. Economics: A company might need to reduce costs, or simply wish to increase profits. Sometimes retrenchment...