Accordion scheduling



noun

the use of temporary and part-time workers whose hours are adjusted on a daily basis to avoid overstaffing of the business operation
Examples

Accordion scheduling helps the company provide for its changing labor requirements.
Word Origin

imitative of an accordion’s moving in and out
Usage Note

business

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