Human capital is the measure of the economic value that an employee provides, through their knowledge, skills, and abilities.
On average, total human capital costs are almost 70 percent of a company’s operating expenses. Despite how much employees cost, many companies do not properly invest in an employee development plan, in their human capital.
According to the 2015 Talent Mobility Research Report, more than 40 percent of organizations claim that they rarely, or never, provide career planning or development. If your company is part of this 40 percent, you should strongly reconsider your approach to managing your human capital.
To reap the most benefits from employees your business needs to invest actively in them. Here are eight benefits of investing in your human capital development.
Just imagine what would happen if you were made to stay all alone at some place for a long period of time without any kind of interactions with people? Any normal person would be exhausted of the loneliness. The reason behind this is that humans are social animals and they love living amidst people.
In today’s modern world, things are changing and machines are overpowering us making us more gadget-dependent. People are interacting with one another in the virtual world and real time interactions have become rare.People communicate with each other via social media platforms, chat messages and special apps on their smartphones. But face-to-face interaction is becoming something of the past.
Society on the whole is suffering. Socializing with people is a very healthy habit.Various research studies are being carried out to understand the value and importance of socializing with striking results regarding a wholesome human development. People who have been brought up in a lonely ambience tend to develop more problems as they grow up than people who have been brought up amidst lots of social contact.
When you first started your business, you probably did a lot of research. You may have sought help from advisors; you may have gotten information from books, magazines and other readily available sources. You invested a lot-in terms of money, time and sweat equity-to get your business off the ground. So...now what?
For those of you who have survived startup and built successful businesses, you may be wondering how to take the next step and grow your business beyond its current status. There are numerous possibilities, 10 of which we'll outline here. Choosing the proper one (or ones) for your business will depend on the type of business you own, your available resources, and how much money, time and sweat equity you're willing to invest all over again. If you're ready to grow, we're ready to help.
The inner child is that part of you who wants to play; who wants to dance and rock out to the music; who wants to lie in the sun and just be.
The inner child wants to explore the unexplored, and venture into the unventured.
Nourish your inner child. Laugh, play, sleep, eat, meditate, repeat.
There is no reason why we should stray from our child-like state, and there is no reason we should disconnect from our inner child.
Our inner child is a timeless being who will continually reside within us until the end of time.
Its voice may have been muffled or unheard, drowned out by the hussle & bussle in our environment and the external noise that is placed upon us.
Your inner child is calling out to you.
Reconnect with your inner child – your brilliance, that part of you who knows that you have a greatness beyond words.
Here are three ways to reconnect with your inner child:
Success is really a subjective thing, so for now, let’s assume it means living a life in accordance with who you truly are. People who fulfill their highest potential are not always the ones you’d imagine: it’s often through a lot of struggle that people come out on the other end better than anyone would have predicted. Being successful is not always a product of just being smart or capable or privileged; it’s also a matter of being aware of what’s *wrong* in your life, having a strong sense of self, and having the desire to change it. Here, the lesser-known (and kind of weird) ways you’ll know that things might turn out better than you think:
1. You’re aware of what’s wrong with your life.
The other side of knowing what you don’t want is knowing what you do. Hypersensitivity to what’s wrong with your life is really just another form of heightened intuition. It’s in the process of building the lives we want out of the ones we don’t that we really fulfill our potential.
When you are running a business your business inspiration can come from almost anywhere. However, a few small business owners forget to use one of the most important tools laying at their fingertips. One of the most important tools that you can use is community. In any city there will always be a community to connect with, and as an entrepreneur, you need this. There is the community of small business owners, already established, and full of knowledge, right there in your city. There is a community of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs in your industry or niche, again, right there in your city. You can usually find them at any tech spot, online, or at the university. (Ask the local Chamber of Commerce for some suggestions if you are new to the area.) Watch for events where you can hook up with like-minded individuals. Often these communities become your inspiration, your friends, your partners, and your emotional support community. Even if they are not a close friend, your community will listen, because they all need and want to know what you have to say. Your community will help you figure out what went wrong or what went right so that they can use this knowledge to their mutual benefit. Here are 5 benefits of having or joining a professional community for entrepreneurs:
Knubbly tweed, snakeskin, cracked leather -- if you think these words describe the condition of your skin more than the composition of a favorite handbag, then you might need to start moisturizing. Even if your skin type tends to be normal to oily, using a high-quality moisturizer on a regular basis can be the key to improving the way your skin looks and feels.
Moisturizing products, which are made to hold water in the skin, often contain humectants and emollients as ingredients. Humectants, such as urea, glycerin and alpha hydroxy acids, work by absorbing water from the air around you. Emollients, such as lanolin, mineral oil or petrolatum, fill in spaces between skin cells to smooth the appearance of rough skin [source: Mayo Clinic]. Look for these ingredients in more than just lotions and creams -- cleansing bars, body washes and even deodorants can contain ingredients that moisturize your skin
A lot of Law of Attraction guides note that your activities and mood in the morning set the tone for the rest of the day. These moods determine your vibration and manifestation potential. If you’re feeling energetic, upbeat and productive, you carry that energy with you and draw more of the same towards you.
In contrast, if you’re grumpy or groggy then you tend to align with a vibration of lack rather than abundance.
But how do you ensure you wake up happy and with positive energy? Here are eight simple but powerful tips.
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