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support staff

noun [C, usually singular]
 
 
HR, WORKPLACE the people who work for an organization to keep it running and to support the people who are involved in the organization's main business: support staff such as administrators, carpenters, and electricians Managers often depend heavily on their support staff. The office has more than 20 agents, plus support staff.
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