HomeMiddle Eastern Journal of Developmentvol. 1 no. 1 (2019)

The Human Capital: A Total Asset in Building the Whole Filipino Child for the World Tomorrow

Danda Crimelda I. Buhain-Garcia | Eduardo Parra Malagapo

 

Abstract:

This research paper intends to adopt new models in Human Resource Management to attain the company’s vision and mission. A change in the organizational culture, employee engagement, improvement innovation of human capital as people develop work and products were the driving forces. A real HR management program is developing human resource through work. The basis of the methodology used in this study was on the company’s total number of employees and data gathered from the company’s Zen Hours tools. Moreover, the data from the employees’ exit interviews and filled-in forms provided good references for their resignations and other main concerns. Three null hypotheses had resulted from the study. One, effective human resource development does not enhance productivity to reduce poor performance in an organization. Second, a resilient leader has no vital role in organizational resiliency. Third, succession planning is not that important in human resource. This study concluded that people working in this company are precious assets. These people are genuinely anxious to matter to bring the company to its aspiration of building the whole Filipino child for the world tomorrow.