Would you comment on the latest public draft of this ANSI standard?

I’d like to ask you to read through the latest draft of Guidelines for Reporting Human Capital to Investors and submit a comment ( not here, but on the link provided. )  A few notes:

1. The team that developed it was 160 people strong, with economists, financial folks, hr analytics folks, generalists, and risk managers.

2. We know that it’s impossible to factor every critical HC metric for every type of business into a standard. The ANSI method discourages this. It looks for a minimally effective standard. If we knew more today about a company than yesterday, would these be the 6 items we would choose?

3. In a world far removed from most of our everyday lives, this type of disclosure has already been written, but without HRs perspective. The intangibles and sustainability community are already releasing data like this. But we can help make it better with more expertise in human capital.

And finally, the most critical.. ANSI standards are voluntary. No one is forcing us to disclose data we wish not to.

Please do shoot me questions or post them below!


Jeremy Shapiro is an executive in HR at a leading financial services firm, working on talent analytics. Formerly a Senior Vice President of the Hodes iQ Talent Management Suite at Bernard Hodes Group and is a co-author of the HR metrics book Ultimate Performance. Jeremy has coached hundreds of companies in recruiting and HR technology solutions across industries and sizes. Jeremy is a frequent speaker and author on HR technology topics and HR Business Intelligence topics, such as SHRM, IHRIM, the Human Capital Institute, HR.com and more. He is a frequent contributor to articles and whitepapers on HR Business Intelligence. Jeremy holds a Masters of Science in Information Systems from NYU and a B.A in Economics from Rutgers University. Specific topics of research include HR metrics, talent management technology, and next generation recruiting technologies.

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