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reassign

verb assign again, change, commit again, consign again, deal again, portion out again, reallocate, reappoint, reappropriate, recommission, redistribute, redivide, reengage, reinstall, rezone, transfer
Associated concepts: reassign a case
See also: reapportion, recover, redistribute, relocate, remand
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Reassigning the painting would not fundamentally alter the nature of the, job.
If a given task is related "functionally" to others in a set of tasks, and reassigning it would cause a departure from organizing (departmenting) the work on the basis of functional similarity, it would be a candidate for being considered essential.
Whether working with new hires or reassigning experienced agents to new types of calling campaigns, a successful call center operation requires managers to measure, supervise and improve agent effectiveness.
According to yhsanoy-lu, if there is suspicion that a public servant is involved in a crime, then he must be punished as envisaged in laws and regulations, but reassigning thousands of public servants en masse on the grounds that they may be members of a religious or civil society group is unfair.
Service Management Systems new Graphical Dispatch Board streamlines the process of monitoring and reassigning service orders to field engineers.
According to yuhsanoy-lu, if there is suspicion that a public servant is involved in a crime, then he must be punished as envisaged in laws and regulations, but reassigning thousands of public servants en masse on the grounds that they may be members of a religious or civil society group is unfair.
The AK Party government, frustrated by the corruption and bribery investigation, was quick to respond by reassigning public officials en masse.
The investigation implicated high-level politicians and businessmen linked with Erdoy-an, prompting the government to push back by reassigning thousands of police officers whom Erdoy-an claims have plotted against the government.