Origin of human resources
Examples from the Web for human resources
And the legal, human-resources, and board functions at Fortune 500 companies have come to recognize that.
Zanzi says he immediately reported the incident to three superiors—a director, a human-resources manager, and the staff captain.8 Juiciest Bits From Latest Lawsuit Against John Travolta|Maria Elena Fernandez|June 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“It should have been treated as a human-resources matter, not a public-relations opportunity,” she says.
British Dictionary definitions for human resources
- the workforce of an organization
- (as modifier)human-resources management; human-resources officer
- the office or department in an organization that interviews, appoints, or keeps records of employees
- (as modifier)a human-resources consultancy