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social dumping

social dumping
 n.— «A further risk is that disgruntled incumbent suppliers might retaliate by introducing some form of poison pill such as a special bonus payment—a hit that the new supplier will have to take. They have also been known to carry out a practice called “social dumping” where the outgoing supplier assigns inexperienced staff to the contract, meaning the new provider is lumbered with a junior workforce.» —“Public Sector: Why outsourcing divorce can end in tears…“ by Paul Bentham Silicon.com Feb. 4, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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