It’s Time For An SEC Human Capital Disclosure Requirement Rule Reset | Center for American Progress

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This in-depth article (estimated 30 min read) summarizes how the SEC’s Human Capital Disclosure Requirement Rule’s lack of standardization often leaves stakeholders (e.g., investors) with information that is not detailed, reliable, consistent, or comparable enough to use to make informed decisions. For example, in a previous post, I noted that an analysis by Harvard Law of the first fifty 10-Ks filed …

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Make Sure Your Company’s Reskilling Efforts Pay Off | Harvard Business Review

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Upskilling and reskilling is the top priority for many learning and development organizations, according to the 2021 Linked Workplace Learning Report. Simultaneously, demonstrating the return-on-investment (ROI) of learning initiatives is increasingly important. However, as noted in this HBR article, many companies measure the impact of their investments in reskilling programs using soft metrics like completion rates, satisfaction scores, …

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Human Capital Disclosure Rules: Getting Your Company Ready | PWC – CFO Direct

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In light of the SEC’s new human capital disclosure requirements designed for firms to give stakeholders insight into human capital, I have provided several resources over the past months as firms prepare. A few of these resources include 1) a webinar by Mercer, 2) an article from Visier, and most recently, last week, 3) an article by …

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Creating Long-Term Value through Human Capital Management and Disclosure | The Conference Board

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Over the past several months, I have shared resources regarding The Security Exchange Commission’s (SEC) requirement for public companies to disclose how they manage their human capital management (HCM) in their upcoming annual reports. These resources range from 1) a webinar by Mercer Consulting, 2) an article from Visier, and most recently, last week, 3) …

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10 Steps to Complete an ROI Forecast for An Unanticipated Learning Program | Chief Learning Officer

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When organizations set their learning and development (L&D) priorities and budgets in 2019 for the 2020 year, no one could have predicted the extent to which the pandemic would rewrite those plans. Faced with new ways of working, shifting business priorities, and remote work at scale, many organizations have been faced with the decision of …

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Book: Measurement Demystified: Creating Your L&D Measurement, Analytics, & Reporting Strategy | by Dave Vance & Peggy Parskey

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While HR and learning and development (L&D) leaders understand the importance of measuring and demonstrating the value of learning initiatives, doing so can be a challenge for many organizations. The reasons range from a lack of confidence in creating an L&D measurement and reporting strategy, imperfect data, the task being too big or complex, to …

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What Talent Means In the Post-COVID-19 Workplace | World Economic Forum

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COVID-19 continues to force companies to reimagine how they invest in human capital and measure the return. In light of this effort, last month, I shared a 36-page report by Willis Towers Watson and World Economic Forum–Human Capital as an Asset: An Accounting Framework to Reset the Value of Talent. The report offered seven principles for enabling …

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Book: Proving the Value of Soft Skills: Measuring Impact and Calculating ROI | by Jack Phillips, Patti Phillips, Rebecca Ray

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According to the LinkedIn 2020 Workforce Learning Report, “soft-skills” or the essential interpersonal skills that make or break our ability to get things done, are becoming increasingly vital (more so than technical skills) to individuals and organizations. And as these skills become even more important in a post-pandemic world, I was especially excited to see …

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