Human capital

As an investment growth factor, company human capital describes the great importance of qualified and motivated employees for the competitiveness and success of a company. The term is intended to make it clear that employees are much more than production and cost factors. The economic usability of private knowledge and the qualifications of employees play a central role in the importance of human capital that can be used in the company.
Important for the development of human capital are all means and measures that strengthen the know-how and motivation of employees (e.g. in professional and company training).

See also:
Know-how; age management; work and family; innovation management; employee participation; continuing education; knowledge management; employee competence
Reference to QET guidelines:
Q01 Leadership skills; Q04 Employees; Q07 Human resources management
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