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Most companies do profess that people are their greatest assets. But how many companies do you really think follow this is letter and spirit? I would rather not trust what a company website says about it....but the question then arises as to what is the best measure of knowing that a company is really serious about treating its employees as it's most valuable resource?

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Most companies do profess that people are their greatest assets. But how many companies do you really think follow this is letter and spirit? I would rather not trust what a company website says about it....but the question then arises as to what is the best measure of knowing that a company is really serious about treating its employees as its most valuable resource?

A firm's human capital is their greatest asset because they are the key decision makers, sales people, and this includes the front line workers all the way up. Managing human capital is the challenge for most firms. In an article by Keenan (2012), ConAgra conducted a study of 600 trained and 1,600 ...

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