Measurement Model on Human Capital Cost of Enterprise
This study of human capital of enterprises and human capital cost receives more and more attention from both the academic and business circles. But still there lacks mature methods to measure human capital cost. Based on relevant research results on human capital, the paper provided on how to calculate the human capital investment, how to control the amount of investment and how to optimize the investment structure.
key words: Human capital cost; Measurement model
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