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Cost-Benefit Analyses

Company Personnel Managers are increasingly experiencing cost pressures and have to justify the efficacy of the Human Resource Development measures they carry out to their superiors (among others).

In order to determine the Return on Investment (ROI) of Human Resource Development measures, the Department’s team carries out cost-benefit analyses to assess how economically viable individual measures are for a particular company. Doing so generates new insights into the economic and contextual conditions underlying Human Resource Development.

Literature:

Süssmair, A., & Rowold, J. (eds.) (2007). Kosten-Nutzen-Analysen und Human Resources. Weinheim: Beltz

[Cost-Benefit Analyses and Human Resources]