Human Capital - Definition
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What is Human Capital?
Human capital refers to the value of human skills, knowledge, and experience within an organization.
Human capital is an intangible asset that comprises of worker's education, training, expertise, intelligence, loyalty, and knowledge.
Companies invest in human capital by providing quality training, education and experience that will increase the economic value of its workers.
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