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Investors are becoming increasingly interested in human capital metrics. Here's some ideas of where to start
When people are valued as a corporate metric, it places HR in a stronger position
The investment community is waking up to the value people bring to business, but HCM reporting remains a challenge
Any move towards integrated reporting means HR needs to get on board with corporate reports
WDS chief people officer David Bowes on why HR data is all about the people
Poor people management is costing UK companies £84 billion a year, according to research from Investors in People and economic research consultancy TBR.
More than three-quarters (76%) of HR professionals believe HR’s strategic input is poorly acknowledged, according to research from software provider Cascade HR.
Here is a conundrum: if economic growth is improving, interest rates remain at a historic low, unemployment is manageable, and inflation is unheard of, then why is UK productivity lagging?
Change management is rife with unsupported theories, so here Rob Briner examines the actual evidence.
A long-term outlook is needed to ensure strong profitability as a UK energy company, says director of HR at SSE John Stewart.
Pinning down what productivity means to business is trickier than it may at first appear
Why the answer to the productivity puzzle may lie in how we measure it