G&A Human Resources or Overhead?

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G&A Human Resources or  Overhead?

The ever-growing question of whether G&A Human Resources (HR) should be categorized as a contributor to revenue or simply overhead is one that continues to split opinions. For those who view HR expenses as simply another service cost, it makes perfect sense to view the expense as overhead. However, those who believe HR has a direct, and therefore measurable, impact on an organization’s success and revenue, view it as belonging to the general and administrative expenses category.