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Predicting Financial Performance with Human Capital Metrics
Organizations state that employees are their most valuable asset,and, for most organizations, the workforce is also their single largest expense. Today however, organizations provide little or no human capital information to investors or the public. While the SEC require extensive disclosure regarding traditional major assets such as financial, physical, and technological and intellectual property, no clear disclosure of human capital disclosure is required.
This creates two significant issues: First, and perhaps most alarmingly, there is a transparency issue when publicly traded organizations fail to adequately disclose human capital information. Second, this lack of disclosure obscures a company’s talent management effectiveness, making it more difficult for investors to identify long-term sustainability risks.
Today, when it comes to evaluating an organization’s human capital, organizations are free to make unsubstantiated talent claims regarding productivity, training and innovation. They are not required to substantiate those statements with facts or data. See HCMI’s whitepaper, “Power from the People”, for more information.
However, these times may be changing fast. HCMI has identified a handful of human capital metrics that actually predict financial and stock performance better than traditional financial metrics. These results remain consistent across industries and over multiple periods of economic change. Unbelievable? It is actually more shocking that these metrics are not leveraged by the investment community, and companies are not required to report them.
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Linking Leadership to Workforce Productivity
Effective leadership and talent management translate into long term success and a competitive advantage for many best in class organizations. As the war on talent intensifies, it is more important than ever for organizations to attract, retain and grow top talent. However, many companies lack insightful metrics and tools to link leadership to talent management, development and company performance.
Do you know how to quantify the effectiveness of your managers? In addition to business results, it is critical to evaluate managers on their effectiveness in scouting, developing and retaining talent across the organization. Calculating advanced metrics such as the Talent Management Index, included in Human Capital Financial Statements, enable organizations to truly hold leadership accountable for talent management practices.
Human Capital Financial Statements are a definitive set of reports that help organizations better manage their investments in human capital. This webinar demonstrated how to optimize your talent management practices and project the impact of workforce decisions on financial results using data and insights rather than gut instinct.
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Navigating Workforce Analytics without Standards
Would You Drive Without Stop Signs? Navigating workforce analytics today is a little bit like driving without standard traffic controls. Much like the early 1900′s when auto clubs erected their own custom signage on their respective highways and roads, the workforce analytics journey is lacking standards. So how do you get where you want to go with your data? Join us to explore data and transaction standards you can implement to accelerate your workforce analytics journey. Get the presentation PDF.
Calculating Human Capital ROI
View a live demo of our Workforce Quantifier™ ROI Calculator. The Workforce Quantifier™ is a scenario-based modeling tool designed to help organizations increase productivity, drive cost savings, and forecast human capital value. It incorporates organization specific financial and workforce assumptions to identify value creation and cost savings opportunities for human capital programs and interventions.
Human Capital Financial Statements
Just like a balance sheet and income statement measure the financial health of your organization, so do HCMI’s Human Capital Financial Statements. Learn how to measure, report, and disclose the value of your greatest asset. Drive business strategy by linking the workforce to traditional financial measures.
Creating a Talent Management Index
Measuring Workforce Productivity using Total Cost of Workforce
Workforce Productivity and Total Cost of Workforce are just two of the many measures that the Workforce Intelligence Consortium quantifies by leveraging the most advanced tools, training, and experts available. Get the presentation PDF.
Top 5 Human Capital Metrics
Over the past few years, organizations have done an unprecedented amount of restructuring, retrenchment, and downsizing. Much of this has been very reactionary, without time to think, plan, or take into consideration the optimal workforce size and structure. The Top 5 Human Capital Metrics can help make sense out of the challenges and confusion of economic downturns and growth cycles. These metrics provide visibility to understand and analyze human capital and enable data driven decision making for the workforce. In addition, these metrics help organizations to avoid cutting muscle along with fat – or inadvertently cutting skills that would be critical to future success. With a defined human capital strategy, and advanced metrics to measure success, organizations are able to build a lean and highly productive workforce, and be prepared to quickly outperform competitors when opportunities surface. Get the presentation PDF.