Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of workforce.

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Examples

  • Meanwhile, "[r] estaurants, retailers and other businesses with high rates of employee turnover are pushing lawmakers to revisit how 'full-time' workers are defined in a healthcare overhaul measure to avoid being slapped with hefty fees for failing to insure their temporary or short-term workforces,"

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • Meanwhile, "[r] estaurants, retailers and other businesses with high rates of employee turnover are pushing lawmakers to revisit how 'full-time' workers are defined in a healthcare overhaul measure to avoid being slapped with hefty fees for failing to insure their temporary or short-term workforces,"

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • The pivotal point in French, Italian and particularly German workforces is the idea of ‘consultation’ where new ideas and salary/working conditions have to go via some sort of organised workers’ body.

    Striking Looks « We Don't Count Your Own Visits To Your Blog

  • There are no factories, with work forces temporarily laid off by high interest rates, waiting for a lower interest rate policy to call their workforces back into production.

    The Economy Is A Lie, Too

  • As a result of these factors, firms have started to cut their workforces, which is having an impact on domestic demand.

    Countercurrents.org

  • The German and American public works programs served another important function too: they regimented large portions of the American and German workforces and inculcated national cultures of discipline, order, sacrifice, and loyalty to the state.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Aggregate comparisons of the federal and private workforces are not meaningful.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Federal Workforce and Our Economic Future

  • This is a cramped decision that threatens to erode these protections and to harm the efforts of state and local governments that want to build the most qualified workforces.

    GOP applauds, Dems criticize overturning Sotomayor ruling

  • The CIPD found that the opposite was the case, and private sector employers planned to continue reducing their workforces through 2012.

    Moody's decision puts pressure on George Osborne

  • I would further note that the cultural shift that you are talking about was likely in part a direct result of the integration of workforces and housing that was mandated by the Civil Rights laws.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Bruce Bartlett’s Attack on Libertarianism

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