headcount : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n number of people in a particular group
- Indeed, at the level of pure headcount, Europe has few extra soldiers to send.
- As collapsing exports put increasing pressure on companies to cut costs, government, business and labor leaders are trying flexible employment policies to maintain headcount.
- Senator Gregg's mention of disagreements over the census sparked a skirmish that will gain in intensity as the White House plans its headcount.
News & Articles
- Another Year of Accelerated Growth and Increased Profitability for Ivalua
REDWOOD CITY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--After a great 2012, Ivalua is having a record-breaking 2013: projected 2013 sales up by more than 300%, increased headcount, new strategic partners and additional office locations!
June 11, 2013 - Business Wire
- Allen & Gerritsen acquires Philadelphia ad agency in a bid to bulk up
Boston ad agency Allen & Gerritsen said that it has acquired Neiman, an ad agency in Philadelphia, in a deal that looks to bring size and scale to two independent agencies that collectively employ just under 200 people. Allen & Gerritsen’s press release did not include financial details of the acquisition. The combined agency will operate as Allen & Gerritsen and have a headcount of nearly 200 ...
June 6, 2013 - Boston Globe
- Carlos Ghosn in The Australian
In response to this crisis, which is not of our making, we have to re-evaluate our global headcount,Mr Ghosn said.
- Michael Dell in MSNBC
While reductions in headcount are always difficult for a company, we know these actions are critical to our ability to deliver unprecedented value to out customers now and in the future,said Michael Dell, the company's founder and chief...
- Carl-Peter Forster in International Herald Tribune
So far, we are not contemplating further headcount reductions, but we will try to achieve our structural cost goals through other measures,Forster said.