In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1recursos humanosbefore noun human resources manager — gerente de recursos humanos
- He was later seconded as chief director for human resources in the provincial Health Department but has since left.
- Through human resources, many companies have internal mechanisms to resolve problems.
- Need to know who to call in human resources about a difficult employee?
- Elaine Byrne, the trust's pay and benefits manager, has served as acting director of human resources since August last year.
- If you go back some years, issues such as human resources were centrally managed.
- They also met with the department's head of human resources, John Gillespie.
- Suzanne Blake, director of human resources, has been with the company for 26 years.
- From accounting and stock control to human resources and customer relationship management, they pretty much cover it all.
- Its senior management, human resources, IT and administration work from Yorkshire.
- But Paul Bentley, the director of human resources, believes more spaces are the only answer.
- Director of human resources Wendy Gay believes the survey shows it is still performing well in certain areas.
- The director of human resources disputed the rumoured £95,000 bill.
- I have an immediate deputy who is my director of human resources.
- When such an attack is under way, computing as well as human resources are directed to dealing with the attack.
- Its department of human resources has a new way to promote job openings.
- This could include human resources, network managers and, of course, security.
- Recruiting newcomers isn't something that is best just handed over to human resources.
- She was a senior vice president of human resources at a local bank who had no sales experience whatsoever.
- He recruited expats to run human resources, retail, and corporate development.
- And this was rejected by the director of human resources?
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