The New Relationship: Human Capital in the American Corporation
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press | pages: 395 | 2000 | ISBN: 0815709021 | CHM | 1,1 mb
Human capital and organizational capital are icreasingly important as a source of value in many firms, yet at the same time employment practices appear to be changing in ways that reduce loyalty and commitment and encourage mobility on the part of employees. The essays presented in this volume provide new evidence of the degree to which job stability is declining and the costs of job-loss to long-term workers. They also provide a historical perspective on changes to the workforce at the end of the 20th century and explore why the structure of work and employment is being reorganized.