[ ˌə͡ʊvəmˈanɪŋ], [ ˌəʊvəmˈanɪŋ], [ ˌəʊ_v_ə_m_ˈa_n_ɪ_ŋ]
Related words: overmanning, overworking, overstaffing, employee overwork, overworked
How to use "Overmanning" in context?
Automation has revolutionized many industries in recent years, but its impact on the human workforce has been less clear. Some argue that overmanning is to blame for high levels of stress, burnout and even forced retirement in the workforce. Others say that overmanning is simply the result of inexperienced or unskilled employees asking for more work.
Regardless of the cause, overmanning can have negative consequences for both the employees and the organizations they work for. High levels of stress and exhaustion can lead to decreased productivity and even accidents.
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