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personnel

Personnel department Hospital administration The department responsible for employees, their grievances, benefits, and other work-related issues Vox populi People employed by a particular enterprise. See Allied health personnel.
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The department specifically did not include highly specialized personnel from its Special Patrol Bureau to keep them at the jobs requiring their advanced skills and abilities.
Although the Oregon law regarding employees' requests for copies of personnel files refers to providing a `certified' copy of the personnel file, no formal or legal certification of the records is required.
In some cases, government personnel were hesitant to engage with the LSI over fears that their discussions with the LSI contractor could be interpreted as a change in the contractual scope of work (Source #2, 2005).
Such strategies should target behavioral controls of personnel (enforcing infection control precautions), environmental disinfection, and ultimately, optimal disinfection methods that will prevent contamination without damaging these sensitive electronic devices.
These statements are direct quotes from the American Dental Association's Comprehensive Policy Statement on Allied Dental Personnel.
Story by LTJG Kyle Raines, who is assigned to the public affairs office, Chief of Naval Personnel.
DIS organizations often have their own internal security personnel and resist outsourcing this responsibility to a third-party.
The bottom line here is that the only way to protect American military personnel from being dragged before the ICC for any reason is for our nation to withdraw from the UN and all its agencies.
This assumes two points that contractors would challenge: 1) that field personnel are working 40 hours a week; and 2) they are in danger only during their 40-hour workweek.
Personnel Plus is a woman-owned company with experienced staff, committed to providing the best service to clients and applicants alike.
These included communication and the need for either additional personnel or the more efficient use of existing personnel.
One of the most compelling arguments in favor of socalled "safe lift" policies is the prevention of injuries to caregiver staff personnel. In particular, back injuries and related musculoskeletal disorders have emerged as a virtual pandemic, affecting nearly 40 percent of all nurses, creating staff shortages driving personnel lout of their professions and wreaking havoc with worker compensation costs.

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