09 March 2021 05:00 PM
0Join @Anna Marley to continue the conversation on Visualizing People Data. This months meetup will be a continuation of the January event where all attendees will have the opportunity to share their latest work on visualizing people data with fellow HR Enthusiasts.
There will also be time to connect with other HR enthusiasts and network at the meet.
We look forward to seeing you all on the 9 March at 5pm EST
16 March 2021 04:00 PM Until 05:30 PM
0Connect with @Joe Grohovsky at his “Applying Data Science and Technology to drive talent decisions” PA meetup. Joined by Tina Burke, Deloitte's Chief Data Officer (Talent), Tina shares how the world's premier consulting organization generates data-driven insights for talent and business decisions.
The intent of this meetup is to share best practices and serve our growing community of senior leaders and analysts who are building their people analytics teams and expanding their capabilities.
We look forwards to seeing you on the 16 March at 4pm EST
Participants must register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/virtual-philadelphia-people-analytics-meet-up-tickets-141707844979
16 March 2021 06:00 PM Until 07:30 PM
0Events of 2020 accelerated organizational focus on their workforce. There is a greater interest in examining the relationship between workforce programs and corporate performance. There is a greater expectation of transparency and public disclosures of workforce related information. The recent ruling from US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) added to the crowded space of measurement and reporting frameworks (such as International Integrated Reporting Council, International Standards Organization, Sustainability Accounting Standards Board, etc.) The SEC replaced the narrow mandatory rule to disclose the number of employees with the requirement that “to the extent such disclosures would be material to an understanding of the registrant’s business taken as a whole,” companies must provide a “description of the registrant’s human capital resources, including the number of persons employed by the registrant, and any human capital measures or objectives that the registrant focuses on in managing the business (such as—depending on the nature of the registrant’s business and workforce—measures or objectives that address the development, attraction and retention of personnel)”.
How should the determination about materiality be made? What is the criteria and the process by which the decision on what should be disclosed is made? What should be disclosed in more qualitative, narrative terms vs in more quantitative ones? How should the relationship between the two be represented? How do you determine what measurements to focus on? How do you make sense and reconcile requirements across different frameworks? What are the expectations of investment community in terms of materiality? What information the Board of Directors needs to ensure it fulfills its role as it relates to the human capital management? What your senior leadership needs to know to ensure the workforce related outcomes are tracked and managed appropriately?
These and many more related questions are important areas where People Analytics practitioners will inevitably be involved and have to provide data, insights, and help the HR and business leaders quantify the results.
We are thrilled to introduce our panel of experts who will help us answer some of these questions:
- Mary Morris, Investment Officer at California State Teachers Retirement System (CalSTRS)
- Dr. Solange Charas, co-author of The Conference Board Report "Brave New World: Creating Long-term Value Through HC Management and Disclosure."
- Larry Beeferman, the co-author of the "The Materiality of Human Capital to Corporate Financial Performance" and
Join this event to dive into different aspects of disclosure requirements, the growing importance of human capital management, and effective ways to get involved in communicating and disclosing human capital management related information. To register for the event please click here.
16 March 2021 08:30 AM
0Southern California's People Analytics Meetup is coming up on Mar 16. It's a pleasure to have our guests Alison Omens, Andrew Fastow and Jeff Higgins exchange views on rules vs principles, creating transparency with Human Capital Reporting, especially in light of recent SEC requirements.
RSVP here: https://lnkd.in/gyNKV2p
Adjunct Professor at USC, former CFO, and one of the creators of ISO Human Capital Reporting Standard #30414, advocate for Human Capital Reporting for the SEC
Passionate connector of people and ideas, she works at the intersection of business, markets, and policy to create more balance in the economy and in corporate America
Investor with KeenCorp, former Enron CFO and convicted felon, discusses rules vs. principles, his argument that someone can follow the rulebook and still fail to do the right thing
18 March 2021 06:00 PM Until 07:00 PM
0In this new edition of the Buenos Aires People Analytics we'll review some projects, and discuss what's 2021 looks like for our discipline.
Join in this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYscuusqjsjGtAvVSJlqH2dur7vYsvM3wfE