Entry from British & World English dictionary
(also chiefly British people-orientated)
Skilled at or focused on interaction with people: a people-oriented business like consulting
More example sentences
- His early days were spent working on people-oriented technology with various science associations.
- I'm not saying that the deep thinkers should replace the jovial people-oriented executives.
- He also stressed that a new emphasis for the fund would be in the area of "people-oriented reconciliation".
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