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How to use the word redundancies in a Sentence?

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For those staff who have been, or are about to be dismissed, they will certainly have claims for unfair dismissal, one has to question the extent to which the integrity of the PO brand will be impacted not only by the fact of redundancies, but also by the apparently wholly planned approach being taken to such a large proportion of its workforce ignoring some of the basic fundamentals of employee relations.

Rustom Tata

Found on CNN
2 years ago

We have so many security redundancies that even with a successful internal threat, it's very likely that we're going to find it, and it's very likely that they are not going to be able to act, no one person has the keys to the castle.

Jena Griswold

Found on CNN
2 years ago

The diversity of election systems among the states, multiple checks and redundancies in those systems, and post-election auditing all make it extraordinarily difficult for foreign adversaries to broadly disrupt or change vote tallies without detection.

Bill Evanina

Found on CNN
3 years ago

We collectively recognize that changes must be made, and for that reason we will implement an organizational realignment that will refocus our business, improve line of sight, enable faster solutions, reduce redundancies and increase accountability, this realignment will strengthen The Postal Service by enabling us to identify new opportunities to generate revenue so that we will have additional financial resources to be able to continue to fulfill our universal service obligation to all of America.

Postmaster General

Found on CNN
3 years ago

Any oil production disruption would occur at a time when Saudi Arabia has lost a significant part of its energy system redundancies (spare capacity), while Saudi oil production is now close to 9.9 million bpd, it is not clear that the capacity is fully operational at 11.3 million bpd and the (attacked) Abqaiq facility has lost a significant part of its redundancy.

Ayham Kamel

Found on Reuters
4 years ago

We built in a lot of redundancies, because we want to do everything possible to protect the payload.

Anthony Pucciarella

Found on CNN
4 years ago

Most of these offices are now quite large and they need a certain number of shovelfuls of coal coming in to keep going, i think they will be looking hard at layoffs and redundancies.

Tony Williams

Found on Reuters
7 years ago

The oil and gas industry is still feeling the pain, as was to be expected. Overall redundancies have been on the increase.

Trefor Murphy

Found on Reuters
7 years ago

We have an alternative suggestion which is to still make hot metal but to make it from local raw material rather than imported raw material, so it's a change of technology rather than ending liquid steel making, if we get involved in Port Talbot we will only do so on the basis that we are confident there will not be any mass redundancies.

Sanjeev Gupta

Found on Reuters
8 years ago

Exercise ferments the humors, casts them into their proper channels, throws off redundancies, and helps nature in those secret distributions, without which the body cannot subsist in its vigor, nor the soul act with cheerfulness.

Joseph Addison

added by anonymous
14 years ago

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