Why Investor Metrics

21st century is a “service economy”, which is based on information and knowledge. The number one investment in this new economy is people as it has a significant impact on organizational performance and therefore of great interest to investors and regulators. Global bodies such as the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board USA and the International Integrated Reporting Council UK recommend standards that include reporting on human capital. There is a swell of interest by the boards and investors in human capital measurement and reporting. Shareholders are interested to know as how the investment in Human Capital impacts the bottom line of the organization. They are keen to see logical and verifiable connections between human capital investments and organizational success. Key responsibility of HR is to demonstrate those connections with data and ratios. Investor metrics present full picture of the human governance key performance indicators, thus providing evidence of underlying strengths or risks, which might otherwise be overlooked in traditional headcount reporting. These metrics have a direct bearing on financial and social value creation by the organizations. The primary focus of the investor metrics is to determine the long-term viability of organization thus mitigating the risk for the shareholder.

Objectives

  • Discuss global best practices on human capital strategic data capture, measurement, analysis and reporting for internal and external stakeholders.
  • Identify vital HR metrics that are in consonance with the organization’s leadership direction, proportionate, practicable, industry relevant, material to an organization’s business and operating model, regulatory, political and social context.

Benefits

  • Stakeholders can derive better understanding of human capital investments’ impact on present and future performance of company.
  • Diagnose HR financial and non-financial measures, understand the messages in data, with a view to become competitive, cost effective and yet responsive to business needs.

Recommended for

This training program is intended for Board Members, CHROs and CFOs

Contents

  1. Critical Talent Retention Ratio
  2. Workforce Competency Ratio
  3. Home Grown Leadership Ratio
  4. Succession Readiness Ratio
  5. Leadership Quality Ratio
  6. Employee Engagement Ratio
  7. Human Capital Investment and ROI

Course Facilitator

Zahid Mubarik: SHRM-SCP, GPHR, SPHRI

Venue

Pakistan Institute of Corporate Governance Karachi (PICG)

Schedule

Thursday 11th January, 2018

Time: 10 am – 5 pm

Cost

SHRM Members: PKR 18,000

Non- Members: PKR 24,000

We also offer in-house session facility

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