human capital

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human capital

n.
The accumulated knowledge and skills that make a workforce productive: "Individuals and nations become rich by investing in human capital" (Ben Stein).

human capital

n
(Economics) economics the abilities and skills of any individual, esp those acquired through investment in education and training, that enhance potential income earning
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This new job may seem broad, and yet it can be guided by a simple question: Are the drivers of growth in human assets being looked at as an integrated whole that can underpin competitiveness?
Pliant's automation capabilities allow businesses to better utilize their human assets while ensuring resilient and compliant environments that move with the speed of their digital business.
He added, "And we are pleased to collaborate with the BIBF and CASS Business School in facilitating global training standards for our valued human assets."
We need to introspect how coming changes will impact the reasons-to-be that essentially have determined Pakistan's direction over the past fifty years: our cultivated human assets turning liability; our ability to continue unbounded devotion and energies to the Kashmir cause; our much touted impregnable deterrence capacity; and an uncontrolled, directionless, population.
"Mallory not only put our country at great risk, but he endangered the lives of specific human assets who put their own safety at risk for our national defence," said Terwilliger.
But as it gathers pace, companies that focus on their human assets just as much as on their physical assets are likely to emerge ahead of the pack.
As a society, we need to ensure that no stigma is attached to disability and learn to recognize the valuable human assets we have in people with special needs, he added.
From the very beginning, Alba has invested in the education and training of its human assets to yield the best results.
Such tailored workshops are transformational as through them we coach our human assets, our employees, to have the growth mind-set and the required level of preparedness to achieve our First Hot Metal target by 1 January 2019." Since the beginning of the year, five sessions were delivered to employees across all levels, which included Executives, Managers, 2nd line and 1st line management as well as non-management employees.
"Today, I instructed the HR Department to update the Dubai Government HR Law before the end of June, so it matches the best HR practices in term of attracting, managing and retaining talents, and to set the frames that ensure the progress of government human assets, as we bet on them to achieve our objectives and visions," Shaikh Hamdan concluded.
Euler attained her master's degree in information experience design from the Royal College of Art in London, focusing on exploring and revolutionising the intersections of physical and digital to create new and empowering experiences using modern technologies and human assets. Euler has launched Baroque Worldwide's Wave application.
Graduation of a country depends upon meeting eligibility criteria scores in Gross National Income (GNI) per capita, the Human Assets Index (HAI) and the Economic Vulnerability (EVI) Index and other country-specific information.

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