STUDY ON HUMAN CAPITAL OF DISPATCHED WORKERS IN HIGH-TECH INDUSTRY – EVIDENCE FROM TAIWAN

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Yi Hua Hsieh, Yi Lung Yang

DOI:10.22495/cocv11i3p3

Abstract

From perspective of scholars, experts, dispatched work agencies and supervisors of enterprises which need dispatched workers, this study divides dispatched workers into core and non-core dispatched workers and probes into the difference of human capital of these two types of workers from dimensions and indicators. Regarding four dimensions of human capital, this study demonstrates that high-tech industry pays more attention on capability, affection & motive and uniqueness of core dispatched workers. As to indicators of dimensions of human capital, there are still significant differences between core and non-core dispatched workers. This study completely aims to probe into high-tech industry, human capital and dispatched workers. The results and contributions of this study offer academia, enterprises which need dispatched workers, dispatched work agencies, and dispatched workers.

Keywords: Human Capital, High-Tech Industry, Taiwan, Dispatched Workers

How to cite this paper: Hsieh, Y. H., & Yang, Y. L. (2014). Study on human capital of dispatched workers in high-tech industry – evidence from Taiwan. Corporate Ownership & Control, 11(3), 50-62. http://dx.doi.org/10.22495/cocv11i3p3