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Shareholders and Human Capital
Sally Karter, Member

It's true that the human capital is amongst the most valuable assets that an organization acquires, I deem personnel the hidden power that contributes to the strength and success of any business. Yet there is always a controverse in assessing the relationship between the shareholder or the owner and the employee as the workforce, where it is based on total mental and physical slavery and exploitation. This is the hidden explicit method by which most capitalists master rather than administer their human capital. (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Shareholders/Owners versus Employees
Ulrich Schweiker, Director, Germany, Member

It is nonsense to generalize! (Even this generalisation is nonsense!) In many cases the owners do not have any relationship to the employees... They communicate but through a few executives only; and total mental and physical slavery and exploitation is usually also limited to certain aspects and/or times... So all is more complex and needs differentiation rather than over-generalization!
 

 
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Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands

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