The Cornell Center of Advanced HR Studies did a great study that was focused on small businesses and proving that good human capital practices grow revenue. Worth the read!
There are a number of extra financial reporting standards that are gaining traction that ask companies to report more than just financial information. The primary driver is that investors have realized that the financial reporting system is very focused on physical assets (e.g. capital) and creates a blind spot for investors for firms that are
A UK study that interviewed both HR and Finance Execs, and what was interesting is the amount of interest that Finance had in human capital issues and their impact on the business. What surprised the researchers is that the Finance execs had a bigger concern about the impact of Human capital on the business than
IF you are looking for a series of great articles discussing Human Capital this is definitely a handbook that you should download. This book provides a great overview of: Human Capital Metrics How the Financial/Investing Community is responding Some solid case studies showing how there is a direct ROI based on investment in an organizations
Everyone in HR often starts from the intuition that “Good HR” adds value to the enterprise, but as we know – proving it often becomes the challenge. And that lack of ability to convert the intuition into financial language can often create the branding issue for HR within an organization. The good news is that