Small state, big impact
The Professional Certificate in Sustainable value of the Rhode Island Society of Certified Public Accountants (CPAs)
Dr Michael Kraten explores how Certified Professional Accountants are adopting the Valuing your Talent in their work to understand human capital through their work in their organisations.
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Accounting for employee health and wellbeing
Professor Robin Roslender and Edward Houghton explore how human capital measurement can be used to understand and improve employee health and wellbeing.
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People and the creation of value
In this thought piece Eugene Burke considers the challenge organisations face in understanding leadership and value creation, and the role of HR analytics in measuring the potential of the workforce. Eugene explores how people data is now being used to change how leaders drive value creation in their organisation, and how increased amounts of data will play an influential role in describing the organisation to its many stakeholders. Ultimately the article argues for greater understanding of people data and how it describes value creation in the organisation.
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Reporting human capital
In this thought piece Professor Chris Higson explores the opportunities and challenges accountants face when attempting to measure and value human capital. In his thought piece Professor Higson argues for the development of a business scorecard to help understand human capital in different settings; and explores the difficulty of placing human capital on the balance sheet. Finally, the case study looks at the difficulty of voluntary disclosure of human capital data, and the issues which prevent organisations from sharing potentially bad news to their stakeholders.
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Understand what people analytics is, different types of HR data, and the importance of people analytics strategy and process
Read our submission to the UK’s Chancellor, ahead of the March 2024 budget statement
We outline the key pieces of legislation set to come into force in the UK and explain their implications for employers and employees
Employers’ reactions to pension proposal highlight concerns over cost, while the CIPD calls for focus on raising pension awareness among staff, the need for higher contributions and better understanding of value for money
We examine people’s desired hours and how this compares to the hours they actually work