MUCH HAS BEEN WRITTEN about labour productivity, but little about human capital
productivity which is defined as the ratio between an index of discounted future output and an index of human capital
19 June 2012 - US retained executive search and leadership consulting specialist The Human Capital
Group Inc said on Tuesday it had taken over peer the Human Capital
Initiative LLC, or HCI, for an undisclosed price.
We shall focus here on the relation between the diversity of human capital
and a firm's economic performance, demonstrating the value and importance of the role of human capital
externalities in economic development and the social returns to accumulation of human capital
ONE OF THE MOST important assets, if not the most important asset, of corporations is their human capital
Insurance and financial services businesses are highly dependent on human capital
for their success in their roles as financial intermediaries.
Over the past year, Bellevue University has been working with DAU senior leadership to define critical human capital
issues and develop cost effective approaches to aid the federal government in addressing high-priority workforce learning needs.
In the era of knowledge-based economy, human capital
has become the primary resource in our society.
In recent years, USTR's increased workload from numerous new regional and bilateral free trade agreement negotiations and a new round of multilateral negotiations at the World Trade Organization has raised concerns about its human capital
Krueger, Inequality in America: What Role for Human Capital
is the biggest investment many companies make, yet it is the investment they know the least about.
We also live in an increasingly knowledge-based economy in which the formation of human capital
becomes increasingly essential to all sectors.
based organization: showing 88 percent believed their human capital
strategy was linked to their company's business strategy.