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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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The system centers on rapidly mobilizing personnel from disparate commands into a unified, organized, highly effective disorder-control unit.
Personnel Management -- The standard recognizes that the required quality control system will vary significantly based on the proficiency of the personnel.
Oregon law states that if an employee asks to view or receive a copy of his or her "personnel records," the employer must provide access to all records used to make decisions about the individual's employment.
According to one senior Army leader, "We don't have the personnel or the expertise" (Source #1, 2005).
* security personnel who are employed in hospitals and mental health programs be required to take additional training on the needs of the mentally ill;
The National Personnel Records Center in Overland, Missouri, recently unsealed the first batch of what is expected to be "a mother lode" collection of interest to military historians, biographers, and genealogists.
Cell phones are used by personnel both for private communication and instead of traditional pagers.
Within 48 hours of notification, HM-15 Det 2 initiated the deployment of its four aircraft, personnel, mission systems, and support equipment.
personnel and their international counterparts also gain valuable knowledge about and exposure to each other's cultures and military environments as a result of their shared educational experiences.
The dental profession has the responsibility to provide guidance to all agencies, organizations and governmental bodies--such as state dental boards and legislatures--that have an interest in or responsibility and authority for, decisions on utilization, education and supervision of allied dental personnel.
"This merger further aligns the rating with civilian personnel and pay professionals, and more appropriately captures the 21st century roles and responsibilities of Sailors with these unique skills," said YNCM (SW/AW) Michael Harris, enlisted community manager of the PN rating.
Also, most of the job descriptions for security personnel were vague in their description of minimal requirements for hiring.

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