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Head Count

1. The number of persons in a given group.

2. The act of counting said persons.
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250 or fewer employees - 20 percent plan to add full-time, permanent staff in Q4, up from 15 percent last year; those reducing headcount remained at 8 percent.
This partnership enables us to reach more students and provide an essential service at the time it is needed most," said Andy Bernstein, executive director of HeadCount.
50 or fewer employees - 15 percent plan to add full-time, permanent staff in Q4 compared to 16 percent last year; 8 percent expect to reduce headcount compared to 7 percent last year
The bank is planning to increase its headcount by 20 percent in the MENA region, including senior people for its relationship management positions.
Fifteen per cent of employers anticipate an increase in headcount levels and four per cent report a decline in staffing numbers.
Today, the People Services and Payroll Services Departments regularly provide reports such as labor distribution, headcount, and financial planning to the executive team and managers.
4% gain Percentage of companies that showed the following headcount changes: uA Increase in headcount: 60% uA Decrease in headcount: 27% uA No change: 13%
By year-end 2007, WGI expects an increase in overall headcount of 7% to 10% over year-end 2006.
Some of the bands and artists that work with HeadCount include Jack Johnson, Maroon 5, John Mayer, Dave Matthews Band, Jason Mraz, and more.
Fall 2006 headcount was 8,544 and full-time students totaled 5,900.
One example of a public company with a large headcount in both cities is Google.