This first-ever Human Capital Report by Verizon provides a practical framework and narrative for articulating a human capital philosophy, supporting practices, and measures. The 40-page report is broken into 3 main sections: 1) Attract the best talent to build the future, 2) Develop employees to their full potential, and 3) Inspire employees to build a career at Verizon. Throughout the report, various measures are provided ranging from Recruiting – (e.g., offer/ acceptance rate) to Diversity– (e.g., gender and ethnicity of the Board and executive leadership). As firms articulate how their human capital contributes to corporate value and strategy (particularly in light of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) revised human capital disclosure rules, this report is a helpful reference. You can also check out a post I made based on a summary from Intelligize that analyzed 427 Annual Reports on Form 10-K filed by companies in the S&P 500 between November 9, 2020, and March 5, 2021. It provides an overview of the human capital measures firms are reporting and can be used in conjunction with the Verizon report to generate ideas on human capital measures and strategies.