|Main Entry:||accordion scheduling|
|Part of Speech:||n|
|Definition:||the use of temporary and part-time workers whose hours are adjusted on a daily basis to avoid overstaffing of the business operation|
|Example:||Accordion scheduling helps the company provide for its changing labor requirements.|
|Etymology:||imitative of an accordion's moving in and out|
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