Head Count

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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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In fact, I believe technology investment and implementation has facilitated static headcount for years.
8220;This is, without doubt, one of those so-called 'pleasant' problems because, realistically, only a solid and sustained surge in demand can set the conditions in which a business can justify a doubling of its headcount.
As many as 61pc of companies in the hospitality sector are planning to increase their headcount, as they expect this to be a year of growth for the industry.
A decision on the increase in BPO headcount, which stands at around 620 currently, will be made in April.
In equities, UBS has hired 321 staff, including 124 at executive director level, increasing headcount by 11 percent.
The significant jump in the number of businesses that have reduced their headcount is very concerning, particularly if the trend continues.
The cost of sales trend is negative, a good situation for the plant, in condition to maintain sales per direct headcount.
Some account for a high percentage of SG & A costs in the SG & A cost category, while others may account for considerable SG & A headcount and cost in the cost of goods sold (COGS).
Such an important programme obviously means that Sharwood's brand owner Centura Foods needs in-store implementation to be absolutely first class and Centura chose Headcount as Sharwood's field marketing partner
Siebel said back in July that it would kick off a restructuring program in the third quarter, including hefty headcount reductions.
Not surprisingly, given the venue, he suggested that simulation of systems, subsystems, and components could have profound benefits, especially in light of the Fact that many engineering organizations have undergone headcount reduction.
Besides using an index to provide financial data, I use an index of this sort to distribute information such as headcount reports, forms and operating information.