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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11 percent headcount increase, political forces might have held back small businesses from hiring even more.
Increasing headcount in offshore destinations like India has been a matter of huge controversy in the US.
Regarding "direct headcount", there was an increasing of direct headcount due to BCN transfer in November 2007, and then we have continuously decreasing it based a very strict control and labour efficiency increasing.
respondents stated their companies had increased headcount, compared to just 9% the previous year, the lowest figure since the survey was initiated in 2002.
A November report titled, "Fall 2003 College and University Headcounts in Connecticut," analyzed headcount enrollment by status, level, institution and sector.
The first table is a summary of total headcounts, including credit headcounts, noncredit headcounts, technical and vocational headcounts, and full-time and part-time headcounts.