Top verboticism of the day created by bookowl
DEFINITION: v. To propose and win approval for cost-saving reforms, which when implemented result in the immediate elimination of your job. n. An ambitious budget-slasher who accidentally cuts themselves out of a job.
Sentence: His grasp of downsizing used to be considered a plus for his employability...now it is an employliability.
Etymology: employ + ability + liability
Created by: bookowl.
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Accolaidoff: /acco-layde-off/ In addition to being lauded as an environmental champion for turning the parking lot into a green space, I also received an accolaidoff as my position as parking lot attendant was no longer viable Etymology: accolade(acknowledgment of merit)+ laid off Created by: Jabberwocky.
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Spitfired: /SPIT-Fye-rd/ "If you want to hit these new cost-cutting targets," Vivian explained, "you need to get some really motivated, hard-working people on your staff. I've got this programmer, Jenny... I absolutely adore her. She is such a little spitfired, this application she's writing will save me almost as much as I'll save when I cut her salary from my budget." Etymology: Spitfire: an energetic, enthusiastic person + Fired: terminated Created by: TimTheEnchanter.
Sackonomise: /sak-on-oh-mize/ Dan's far reaching cost cutting exercise had implications far closer to home than he had anticipated. Management had decided that the need for the company to sackonomise included his job too. Etymology: sack - dismissal, redundancy;
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