人員, 職員, 要員, 館員, 顔触れ
Noun(1) group of people willing to obey orders(2) the department responsible for hiring and training and placing employees and for setting policies for personnel management
(1) He came up with all kinds of ways to send messages from the military personnel to their families.(2) The emergency services personnel ran into bomb sites to get people out.(3) There is also the problem of Service personnel being away from friends and family.(4) We called them downright funny, and we laughed all the way to the personnel office.(5) The ministry used to have only a few units, such as personnel and resources offices.(6) The service personnel must be above board to gain the respect and assistance of the public.(7) many of the personnel involved require training(8) Firefighters were also at the scene, and a group of military personnel waited at the edge of the cordon.(9) She was transferred to the personnel and administrative department but given no work.(10) A barn owl had a new lease of life after it was rescued by fire service personnel at Teynampet.(11) personnel manager(12) Bonuses require military personnel to make a commitment to serve for a specified time.(13) We invited Service personnel along to answer questions from anxious families.(14) The support it offers to British service personnel and their widows and families is vital.(15) In addition, the number of service personnel is three times that of the passengers.(16) authorised personnel only
(1) personnel department :: 人事部
1. staff ::
2. personnel department ::
3. force ::
Different Formsantipersonnel, personnel
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