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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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Increasing headcount in offshore destinations like India has been a matter of huge controversy in the US.
The cost of sales trend is negative, a good situation for the plant, in condition to maintain sales per direct headcount.
In optimist scenario (table 3) the authors suppose total sales will increase with 15% in condition of direct headcount decreasing (10%) till the end of studied period, due to an increase of labour productivity and labour efficiency paper' authors count on that Logan and Ford Project settlement will be achieved.
"In 1991, our Group had to reduce its headcount by 20 percent.
While small businesses increased headcounts in May at a pace mostly in line with historical averages, we believe some slack remains in the market thanks in part to Washingtons inability to secure fiscal policy changes around healthcare and taxes, says Philip Noftsinger, president of CBIZ Employee Services Organization.
A November 2004 report, "Fall 2004 College and University Headcounts in Connecticut," analyzed headcount enrollment by status, level, institution and sector.
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.
The headcount of students enrolled at Minnesota post-secondary institutions at the beginning of the fall term appears in the tables of the document.