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Employee Return on Investment (ROI)

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The term Return on Investment (ROI) is often used in describing the results that will be gained by investing in a new venture. Employees are often considered an investment as they come with knowledge and gain expertise through experience and training. Thus, why is it important to consider the ROI in terms of employees and performance?

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Employees are considered an organizations' most valuable resource. Vast some of money is invested in training them, in teaching them the skills to handle ...

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