Companies have promoted very proudly that “people were their most important asset.” But behind closed doors, they managed human capital as an expense. Recent changes, however, at The Securities and Exchange Commission now say “put up or be shut up!” Public companies are now required to disclose information about “human capital resources.” The lines between old-school workforce management and bottom-line growth are merging. While this new requirement currently only applies to public companies, it is not a stretch to say this will affect businesses large and small, public and private. What metrics should human resources start tracking today to comply with the demands of the modern marketplace? In this webinar Solange Charas, PhD., Founder and CEO of HCMoneyball and Distinguished Principal Research Fellow at The Conference Board, shares what this means for the future of Human Capital Management.
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Human Capital metrics that drive corporate financial performance and support new reporting requirements.Download PDF
DID YOU KNOW?
A 10% improvement in employee productivity can generate a 40% improvement in EBITDA.
This one-page summary will give you an easy way to focus on the major aspects of this powerful new, first-of-its-kind Human Capital reporting solution.
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