members of a team, company, or organization — usually used in the phrases new blood or young blood
▪ Our company could benefit from some new blood. [=new employees]
▪ We've just added some young blood to the team.
Is it rude to call new employees new blood or young blood?
It can be used insensitively or positively.
'I'm going to have to let you go, Ponsonby; we need some young blood in the boardroom.'
'Welcome to the firm, Hoskins. It's time we had some new blood around here.'
New blood is common usage.
A youngblood is, well look it up. )
Saying 'young blood' is not common.
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