CFOs face decisions about hiring costs as job market improves

04/2/2012 | CFO.com

Companies that undervalued their human capital during the recession may run into trouble now that the economy is warming up, employment experts say. The rush to add new employees also could backfire if companies don't make the necessary investments to train new recruits. You have to believe "that helping your human capital be more knowledgeable and better trained is going to produce better results down the road," Aquaspy finance chief Cynthia Jamison says.

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