Human capital management refers to the strategic process of recruiting, managing, retaining and developing company's employees.
Human capital management definition
Human capital management refers to the strategic process of recruiting, managing, retaining and developing company's employees. Human capital management functions include recruitment, compensation, benefits and training.
The goal of human capital management is to keep employees contributing to the company's intellectual capital by offering competitive salary, benefits and development opportunities.
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