Human Capital Reporting Standards Finally Arrive
Will the new ISO standard prompt companies to begin voluntarily reporting an assortment of human capital metrics?
Can Corporate Culture Bridge the Talent Gap?
An HR leader explains how companies view the importance of culture in an era with historically low unemployment rates.
The Quiz: Hire Learning
How much do you know about the latest job search and hiring trends? Take our quiz.
Human Capital: Risk vs. Uncertainty
When it comes to human capital, "risk" and "uncertainty" are two different concepts, and they need to be addressed separately in order to minimize risk.
Investors to SEC: Mandate People Disclosures
A group of 25 large institutional investors makes a strong case for rules requiring reporting on human capital management practices and performance.
The Holes in Human Capital Metrics
Prodded by investors, some companies are disclosing more data about their workforces. But how much value will that information have?
The Risks, Rewards, and Fallacies about Human Capital Reporting
The quality level of the most important human capital — the executive kind — can't be quantified.
Material World: Human Capital Disclosure Matters
It's really quite simple: Because human capital is material to a company's success, much information about people should be disclosed.
Caution: Human Capital Reporting Zone
Thorny issues muddy the outlook for companies to expand what they publicly report about their workforce.
Human Capital Disclosure Is ‘Unambiguously a Good Thing’
It's crazy to report a company's "most important assets" as nothing more than costs.