On 25 Jul 96 at 10:43, T J Linzy wrote:
> I agree completely, Ben. I have spent a lot of time in financial
> research and my favorite question of "human resource" people is,
> "Where do you carry the depreciation of these resources on your
> balance sheet?"
I understand assets are depreciated, why do resources need to be? Is there
some accounting issue here?
> Companies carry virtually every asset or resource on their balance
> sheet. To my knowledge, even the idea-heavy(biotech, software
> design, etc) companies have not tried to put the value of their
> people on the balance sheet for depreciation purposes which, IMHO,
> proves that people cannot be viewed or even named resources.
What then would be the proper pristine terms that we could use?
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