Evaluation et développement du capital humain : un enjeu clé pour l'audit social
Social auditing both as a research topic and a business field has a vested interest to resort to a human capital based analysis. The first part of this article sets the goal to demonstrate how the concept of human capital is of paramount importance for social auditing. The case for human capital in top management teams is put forward in the second part.
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