Monday, February 2, 2015


I open the "Merriam Webster Dictionary" and my eyes was looking directly on the top left page (#546) I read the word- "Personnel" and before I continued to read I  was thinking of the words person and personal, when I continued to read the meaning its says "a body of persons employed".
I went to my computer and I write on Google Personnel. This is what I found-1. the people who work for a particular company or organization.
2. a department within a company or organization that deals with the people who work for it.

  1. early 19th century: from French (adjective used as a noun), contrasted with matériel ‘equipment or materials used in an organization or undertaking.’
what a coincidence "I am a Hebrew teacher at the Davis Academy I am part of Davis Personnel".

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