We not only accompany companies in the course of the definition and implementation of human capital projects*, but also in their quest to improve performance and enhance employee commitment.
*The “human component” of an employee can be largely defined in terms of competences and skills. These have been acquired in the course of professional careers, as a result of both professional training and personal experience. As such they can be translated into three vital components: overall competences, technical skills and specific attributes.
In every company, its human capital is inevitably closely entwined with both structural elements (such as collective competences, the corporate structure and culture) and corporate relationships (such as communication with clients, suppliers and investors).