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For years, companies have been moving to treat employees as an asset, not an expense. The pandemic and social protests have only intensified this trend, so that human capital management (HCM) is now a front-and-center issue. With long-term success increasingly depending on attracting, retaining and engaging talented people, HCM has become a concern not just for senior executives, but also for the board of directors.


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In the United States, vaccination of the population is not only a medical issue, but also a political and workplace issue. This has challenged boards seeking to navigate a host of competing issues, including workplace and customer safety, significant resistance to vaccination against COVID-19 — particularly in certain regions of the country. A tight employment market in many sectors also raises the dilemma of alienating either those employees who insist upon a vaccinated workplace or those who decry it.


2021-09-16

2021-09-16

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As institutional investors, employees and other stakeholders focus on ESG, board members and management want consistent standards for measuring corporate efforts and advancement.

The Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) and the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) have worked separately on ESG reporting standards, developing the “Integrated Thinking Principles,” “Integrated Reporting Framework” and “SASB Standards.” Those programs will now be merged into the Value Reporting Foundation (VRF).


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Investor demands, societal pressures and competition for employees are pushing boards to be intentional about where and how they focus on human capital management (HCM). Leading companies view HCM as a value driver and strategic differentiator.


2021-08-19

2021-08-19

2021-08-18

2021-08-18

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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday approved Nasdaq's proposal to hold companies listed on the exchange accountable for board diversity.


2021-08-06

2021-08-06

2021-07-30

2021-07-30