HR Strategy

Update Your HR Metrics For The SEC’s Human Capital Reporting Rules

HR SEC reporting rules and how to prepare

The SEC now requires listed firms to report their human capital metrics publicly, so this topic should be our #1 HR issue. However, few in HR seem even to be aware of these new requirements. No less the tremendous impact that these new public reporting requirements will have. Already in effect, the new SEC reporting rules will force HR to focus on identifying, quantifying the impact, and then publicly reporting each of its major human capital initiatives.

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Surprising Talent Management Predictions For 2021

2021 HR Trends

In addition to the obvious 2021 talent trends related to Covid, remote work, diversity, etc., plan on changes in other off the radar talent areas. Here are 10 quick predictions in areas that are often not even considered by HR and management leaders. HR’s shift toward paternalism will backfire. There has been an outpouring of genuine corporate empathy for an …

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2020 Election Impacts On HR and The Workplace

How does HR change with President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris?

This election will likely have HR impacts on diversity, unionization, paid leave, healthcare coverage, D&I training, and recruiting. And because it is better to be prepared than surprised, you should begin thinking about these changes even today.

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Is Your HR Function Strategic? – Take This Quick Assessment Test

Any Questions. Questions about HR strategy. Source Pixabay

Every HR function strives “to be strategic.” To actually qualify, I’ve found that all HR leaders need to be able to answer these 6 qualifying “Questions From Hell,” with the same consistent answers. Also, realize that simply having a goal of being strategic or stating that your function is strategic doesn’t make it so. The overuse of the word “strategic” …

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