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human resourcesnoun [U]

 us   /ˈhju·mən ˈri·sɔr·səz, -soʊr-/ (also personnel)
the department within a company or organization that is responsible for its relationship with its employees and for following employment laws
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in Chinese (Simplified) 人事部,人力资源部…
in Turkish insan kaynakları…
in Russian отдел кадров…
in Chinese (Traditional) 人事部,人力資源部…
in Polish kadry, dział kadr…
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