QMA chief human capital officer Sharoq al-Malki said: "Our business is not only about being productive, it is also about being creative.
What does HCO stand for?
HCO stands for Human Capital Officer
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 58 other meanings of HCO in our Acronym Attic
- Health Care Organization
- Hearing Carry-Over
- Heavy Cycle Oil
- Heights Chamber Orchestra (Cleveland Heights, OH)
- Helicopter Control Officer
- Hierarchical Cycloid Overlay (algorithms)
- Hollister Company (clothing line)
- Honor Code Office (Brigham Young University; Utah)
- Hubbard Communications Office (Scientology)
- Human Capital Office (various companies and government agencies)
- Hydraulic Clearance Optimization (gas turbine technology; Siemens)
- Handyman Club Of America
- Hans Christian Owners Association (yachts)
- Health Care of Australia
- Health Care Organization for Africa
- Homer Council on the Arts (Alaska)
- Huffington Center on Aging (Houston, TX)
- Humboldt County Association of Governments (Eureka, CA)
- Haworth College of Business (Western Michigan University)
Samples in periodicals archive:
QMA Chief Human Capital Officer Sharoq al Malki stressed the authority's interest in the wellbeing of its employees' .
Despite the efforts taken, more needs to be done to bring women from the general workforce into company boardrooms," said Mona Mohammed Fekri, Chief Human Capital Officer, TECOM Investment, Dubai.
Clark, former chief human capital officer of the U.
It was not fair for Albertus Aochamub, NBC director-general, and Tim Ekandjo, MTC chief human capital officer, to take such measures immediately against Lady May.
We interviewed DHS officials from its Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (CRCL) and the Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer (OCHCO).
Erik Slotboom, chief human capital officer, Dubai Holding, confirmed that the second generation of the Leadon programme would be launched shortly.
the largest respondent pools cited "no contribution": 33 percent for chief financial officers (CFOs), 33 percent for chief information officers (CIOs), 45 percent for chief administrative officers (CAOs), and 46 percent for chief human capital officers (CHCOs).