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human resources

The fancy word for "people." The human resources department within an organization, years ago known as the "personnel department," manages the administrative aspects of the employees.
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planning health human resources needs from the perspective of population health needs instead of planning on personnel numbers;
Edlund will direct the ongoing development of Lawson's human resource software to meet the changing payroll and personnel needs of companies, especially multinational corporations whose operations are based in North America.
Founded in 1986, the firm recruits professional and management executives with salaries ranging from $30,000 to $150,000 in data processing, engineering, human resources, and sales and marketing within the pharmaceutical, medical and chemical industries.
She also has been on the advisory boards for Cornell University's Center for Advanced Human Resources Studies and Rutgers' Executive Master in Human Resources Leadership program.
MacLeod has been with MCA since 1979 and joined the Human Resources Department in 1989.
Cacciatore will be responsible for human resource programs for the region's employees who are based in 16 locations, including the U.
By strengthening our financial controls we are ensuring a firm foundation for growth both now and in the future," said INfe Human Resources CEO Arthur Viola-Daniels.
Section 4 completes the publication by summarising the major HR findings presented in Section Three, and then using the data presented, projects forward the required best practice standards for human resources in the global automotive component industry by 2010.
Coleman joins Disney from Nike where he served as vice president, Global Human Resources since 2002.
Previously Engelbrecht was vice president of human resources for coffee specialists Douwe Egberts, DE Coffee Systems and Jacqmotte Coffee House in Belgium, a group of businesses with a combined turnover of approximately EUR 200m.
INfe Human Resources generated revenues of $1,124,571 for the three months ending May 31, 2006 compared to $0 for the quarter ending May 31, 2005.

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