The people engaged in or available for work, either in a country or area or in a particular company or industry
work force: the force of workers available
The workforce is the labour pool in employment. It is generally used to describe those working for a single company or industry, but can also apply to a geographic region like a city, country, state, etc. ...
Workforce is a discount tools and hardware brand from Home Depot.
The Workforce is a semi-heroic super-team in DC Comics' post-Zero Hour Legion of Super-Heroes continuity. It was introduced in Legion of Super-Heroes #64 (January 1995).
Workforce is a 2007-born thoroughbred racehorse that won the 2010 Epsom Derby ridden by Ryan Moore, setting a new course record in only the horse's third ever race. The bay colt is trained by Sir Michael Stoute and owned by Prince Khalid Abdullah.
All the workers employed by a specific organization or nation, or on a specific project
the term generally used within the NHS to refer to HR/human resources issues.
U.S. Direct Hire (USDH) includes New Entry Professionals (NEPs), International Development Interns (IDIs), Presidential Management Fellows (PMFs) and Foreign Service Limited (FSLs). U.S. Non-Direct Hire includes all other U.S. ...
all people who contribute to the delivery of an organization’s products, services or programs, including compensatd employees and volunteers as appropriate.
1 the workers engaged or available in an industry etc. 2 the number of such workers.
The total number of persons employed.
Members of a society engaged in working within that society. Also known as the "Labor Pool."
means employees, volunteers, trainees, and other persons whose conduct, in the performance of work for a covered entity, is under the direct control of such entity, whether or not they are paid by the covered entity.