Laying [adjective]

Definition of Laying:

amateur, not trained in a religious or other profession

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Sentence/Example of Laying:

If the organization were in a better financial position — and hadn’t laid off around 25% of its staff this year — it may have kept Notes alive and maybe tried to rework Send.

We still think about ourselves as a startup, and when you think about yourself as a startup it’s really hard to lay off employees.

If the Eagles didn’t exist, that would be the biggest egg laid on Sunday.

Nothing protected rank-and-file employees from simply being laid off, and the prime beneficiaries have been shareholders and bondholders as the stock market has soared to new heights.

One of those who may benefit is Ed Miyoshi, who was laid off in December 2016, when he was at 57 and had worked at IBM’s Hopewell Junction, New York, facility for 35 years.

As a result, nearly half have decreased work hours for staff, and over a quarter had to lay off employees.

At the other end, the person carrying the canoe walks right into the water and sets it down, so the two pack carriers can lay their packs right into the boat.

An ordinance that will require hotels to give workers who were laid off because of the pandemic priority when they hire staff back passed the San Diego City Council Tuesday.

Laid-off employees who held similar positions or who could be trained as easily as any new employee, would need to be offered the position, with preference given to the laid-off employee with the most seniority.

When the session ended for the year, California Senate Republicans sent out press release devoted solely to their hatred of the law and laying out their attempts to repeal it.