Human Capital


Definition: Human Capital is a sub category of intellectual capital focusing on the intangible value present in the people working for an organization (or in an economy).
HC is the total value of all skills, expertise and competencies of a company to react on market demands and customer needs including leadership and management issues and capabilities.
HC in an organization can be classified broadly into two main sub categories:
- Management
- Employees


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