Department [noun]

Definition of Department:

section of organization, area

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The top four assist leaders are too, prompting a look into why Canadian teams are surging in the scoring department.

Regardless of what kind of tool they’re selling, AI hiring vendors generally promise that these technologies will find better-qualified and more diverse candidates at lower cost and in less time than traditional HR departments.

Hospitals have conducted the most vaccinations, followed by local health departments and long-term care facilities.

A department spokesman said he could not be more specific about when the CPUC received the payments, so it’s not clear if that happened before or after Stebbins raised her concerns.

In an email to department employees the following morning, he said he was “honored and delighted to be officially on board.”

The employer would report the cases to the state Health Department, which would be required to post the name of the employer and the number of its reported cases on a publicly accessible department website.

Raymond Crowel, head of the health department, said Monday that state officials have not told the county why it received 4,500 first doses Tuesday after receiving 5,500 last week.

While public employers across the state are required to file these agreements with PERC, many municipal police departments did not have current contracts on the site.

Solomon’s marathon of work appears to conflict with a department policy intended to prevent exhaustion.

David Tarnas, D-Kaupulehu-Waimea-Halaula, who chairs the House Water and Land Committee, said his bill aims to provide the department with guidance.