Translation of deskill in Spanish:


requerir menos especialización en, v.

Pronunciation /diˈskɪl/ /diːˈskɪl/

transitive verb

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    requerir menos especialización en
    • Firms converted to large-scale assembly-line operations, ultimately speeding up and deskilling individual jobs.
    • In some cases, service offers have been simplified, jobs have been deskilled, and personnel replaced with machines in order to reduce human variability.
    • They analysed the implications of the proposals, explaining that it would be used to reduce teaching staff and deskill education.
    • For workers, the new technologies mean more flexible work arrangements (with reduced security and pay), job deskilling, and reduced union density.
    • To be weighed against this are the implications of advocating ultrasound guidance for central venous cannulation, such as a potential for deskilling in the landmark method that may be required in some emergency situations.
    • On the other hand for those who continue to be engaged in waged employment, the conditions of service will continue to deteriorate as the introduction of new technology serves to deskill, fragment and control the worker.
    • Twentieth-century deskilling and the introduction of female labor, which destabilized such constructs for male manufacturing workers, were noticeably less evident as processes in building.
    • This, in turn, however, led to fatigue, production speed-ups, repetitive motion injuries, and labor deskilling.
    • Another author underscored the unpleasantness of the deskilled jobs.
    • Industrial deskilling does not so much eliminate skill as it relocates it.
    • In response, the trade unions argued over issues of deskilling and reskilling and compensation; there were two industrial disputes in 1991 and 1992.
    • Lobbying may have particular potency in this case because of the deskilling in cotton farming.
    • Yet, what might be called deskilling in agriculture is in some ways different, more variable, and certainly less understood.
    • Certainly, there were deskilling and cost-cutting impulses present in virtually all industries engaged in flexible production.
    • Employers with a strong sense of social obligation to workers are less likely to engage in deskilling practices in the workplace.
    • This era also coincided with the ascendency of the photography fine art market, and the deskilling of photographic apparatus to the point where amateurs became capable of producing commercial-quality images.