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workforce

the total number of people who could be employed
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Workforce management software and services companies Mobile device manufacturers Electric, gas, and water utilities Investor community 1.
Determining what missions the civilian workforce is required to execute (for example, systems engineering, logistics, technical authority).
Of course, workforce development continues to cover the basics--everything from teaching remedial language and math skills to adults already in the workforce, to helping immigrants learn English.
According to the research team, organizations that rely on virtual workers have five main areas of concern: managing interpersonal conflicts; building trust, commitment and self-efficacy; and managing gender and cultural differences among the virtual workforce and their in-office co-workers.
Blue Pumpkin helps create a higher performing, more satisfied workforce whose productivity and performance directly impact both the top and bottom line.
Ever-changing technology dictates that the new foundry needs a new workforce.
Now, the decision makers and the ones in power are, themselves, the aging workforce.
Workforce 2000 (1987) calls for national policy changes to maintain the flexibility of an aging workforce.
IBM selected Cognos' next-generation analytic application because of the solution's packaged workforce content, and its ability to quickly adapt to a wide range of customer and business requirements.
In turn, workforce members pull--or make recommendations for--courses they believe would also assist.
Paramount to the Games' success was having the workforce operate as a united front.
However, before workforce management applications can take off, extensive education will be required.

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