My organization is seeking to replace all "manpower" terminology with gender neutral terms. There are some instances where the conventional abbreviation "EQM", which stands for "Equivalent Manpower" is used. Is there a commonly accepted substitute for this abbreviation which is gender neutral?
NOTE: This is not a question seeking general answers for terms, and it is thus not a purely opinion based question. This is a question of standards and conventions. If I asked if there is a conventional term in physics for "influence which tends to change the motion of an object" that is not an EL&U question. EL&U could have many answers for a word which means "influence which tends to change the motion of an object", but in physics there is one standard: "Force".