This new full-length version of Human Capital Management Institute’s cutting-edge white paper lays out detailed analysis and evidence to support the conclusion that human capital metrics can successfully predict public company stock price changes (i.e., performance). The study includes data from over 22,000 companies and 6 human capital metrics over a period of 16 years between 1996 and 2011.
HCMI Releases Their Full-length Study Linking Human Capital to Business Performance and Explains the Link Between HR Metrics and Stock Price
Jeff Higgins, CEO, Human Capital Management Institute and Jac Fitz-enz, CEO, Human Capital Source will present via live webcast on Monday, March 4th at 2:30pm EST. In this webcast, Jeff and Jac will discuss how to design and deliver human capital analytics in a way that positively affects organizational outcomes including human resources, finance and IT professionals.
HCMI advisory board member, Dr. Jac Fitz-enz, has published How to Stop Wasting Your Human Capital at CFO.com. Dr. Jac Fitz-enz is widely known as the father of human capital strategic analysis and measurement.
Jeff Higgins Presenting as Keynote Speaker at the CFO.com Corporate Performance Management Conference
On January 28th at the Loews Hotel in Philadelphia, PA, Jeff Higgins, Human Capital Management Institute CEO, will present a keynote and join presenters Ram Charan, author of “What the CEO Wants You to Know”, Mark Williams, Master Lecturer at Boston University, and Paulo Prazeres, Director of IT Finance at EMC Corporation.
One of the first things companies do to cut costs are to cut jobs and/or relocate them to a different location. But at the end of the day, does doing so actually result in lowering overall costs and create savings? Let us dig deeper into this issue.
First we will start with savings. When companies decide to relocate jobs – either domestically or internationally – the most savings come from the reduction of salaries and benefits-related expenses assuming that the salary and benefits for those specific jobs are cheaper in the new location. Additional savings come from reduced taxes and lower building leasing costs.