Human Capital

[ˈ(h)jumən | ˈkæpədl]

Human Capital are the assets that  employees bring to the organisation. This includes their qualifications and skills, their expertise which add a value to the organization. 

A human capital is the intangible quality and asset that an individual (or employee) brings to the workforce; the concept behind a human capital believes that labour is not equal, however employers can improve the quality of the capital by investing in their employees. It is important to have human capital because it yields productivity and profitability to the organisation; therefore, the more employers invest in developing their employees, the more profitability to the organizations.

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Considering human capital would be helpful.
Human Capital