Essay on Human Resource Accounting

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MBA –H4020

Human Resource Accounting

HUMAN RESOURCE ACCOUNTING
UNIT – I The Non accounting of human resources and the change occurring therein, of an organization may provide a poor picture of the profits and profitability of the organization. Likert Objectives of the Study: This unit aims to provide a basis for the conceptual framework of Human Resource Accounting. An attempt is made to highlight the following aspects. Development of the Concept of HRA An Historical Score Card Meaning and Definition of HRA Importance Objectives of Human Resource Accounting Limitations of Human Resource Accounting HRA for managers & HR Professionals Investment in Human Resources Quality of Work Force and Organizations’ Performance Efficient use of
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The term Human resource at macro level indicates the sum of all the components such as skills, creative abilities, innovative thinking, intuition, imagination, knowledge and experience possessed by all the people. An organization possessed with abundant physical resources may sometimes miserably fail unless it has right people, human resources, to manage its affairs. Thus, the importance of human resources cannot be ignored. Unfortunately, till 2

MBA –H4020

Human Resource Accounting

now generally accepted system of accounting this important asset, viz., the human resources has not been evolved. For a long period, the importance of human resource was not taken care of seriously by the top management of organizations. Therefore, at this juncture, it becomes imperative to pay due attention on the proper development of such an important resource of an organization. Let us now concentrate our discussion on the conceptual framework of the Human Resource Accounting. Development of the concept of Human Resource Accounting: “Human Resource Accounting” is the offshoot of various research studies conducted in the areas of accounting and finance. Human resource is an asset whose value gets appreciated over the period of time provided placed, applied and developed in the right

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