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Tag Archive: HC ROI

Feb 24

Human Capital Return on Investment

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INDICATORS OF SUCCESS   When I was writing my book Remuneration Management, I decided not to complicate the matter too much, in the hope that whenever I had the opportunity in the future I could come back and develop further the part on the indicators (metrics) of success. Obviously, here I will attempt to merely …

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Jan 25

HC ROI for Kamenitza, 2007-2011

As a follow-up on the article on Human Capital Return on Investment, below I have presented the Kamenitza chart.   HC ROI for Kamenitza, 2007-2011     The revenue chart (in green) reveals year-to-year variations, reaching a peak in 2011, with an overall upward trend. Total expenditures without remuneration costs (in blue) tend to follow …

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Jan 25

HC ROI for Zagorka, 2007-2011

As part of the article on Human Capital Return on Investment here we continue the analysis of the Bulgarian brewing industry with information about Zagorka.   HC ROI for Zagorka, 2007-2011     The data show much higher operating income (in green) with fluctuations and an overall downtrend. Despite this, however, even the lowest income …

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Jan 25

HC ROI for Carlsberg Bulgaria, 2007-2011

The HC ROI analysis of the key players in Bulgaria’s brewing industry continues with information about Carlsberg Bulgaria. This chart is part of the article on Human Capital Return on Investment.   HC ROI  for Carlsberg Bulgaria, 2007-2011 HC ROI, Carlsberg Bulgaria, 2007 – 2011   The first thing that strikes on the chart is …

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Jan 25

HC ROI for Bolyarka VT, 2007-2011

  HC ROI for Bolyarka VT, 2007-2011   Something is definitely true in this company’s logo: A jewel in the crown. Bolyarka has the lowest sales revenues from all four companies discussed here. Remarkably, however, despite the drop, Bolyarka has its profit steadily on the rise (not shown on chart). The decrease in revenues results …

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