Definitions for "Personnel"
Keywords:  navy, civilian, staff, employ, riel
The body of persons employed in some public service, as the army, navy, etc.; -- distinguished from matériel.
Number of persons available; Competence, training, experience and skill levels of the personnel; Level of relationship marketing (level of personalized service); Remuneration policies.
Those individuals required in either a military or civilian capacity to accomplish the assigned mission.
group of people willing to obey orders; "a public force is necessary to give security to the rights of citizens"
People appointed to a project. Additional Information:
The people needed to develop, operate, maintain, and support a system. Human resource considerations associated with personnel include information relating to their numbers, aptitudes, grades, organizational structure, job category, biographical and training information, anthropomorphic data, and physical qualifications.
a leading Australian recruitment organisation with over sixty branches nationally
a specialist recruitment company focusing on Engineering recruitment, supplying highly skilled Engineers, Designers, Draftspeople and Technical Officers
Funny Story (passed along by Bill Rudersdorf): The assistant Vice-President of Personnel notices that his superior, the VP himself, upon arriving at his desk in the morning opens a small, locked box, smiles, and locks it back again. Some years later when he advanced to that position (inheriting the key), he came to work early one morning to be assured of privacy. Expectantly, he opened the box. In it was a single piece of paper which said: "Two Ns, one L."
the department responsible for hiring and training and placing employees and for seting policies for personnel management
Salaries, wages and benefits paid to persons considered to be employees of the organization
a representative from the Disabled American Veterans, who talks about service-related disabilities
Detailed contact information on all your personnel will be essential for recovery.
Keywords:  possibility
a possibility