Wednesday, March 6

1:40 pm - 2:20 pm

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) workforce-related reporting and disclosure is limited to employee headcount, preventing investors from understanding such basic information as the amount a company spends on its workforce, the employee turnover rate or the overall engagement of employees. However, with the approval and release of ISO Human Capital Reporting standard 30414, this limitation will begin to change.

In December 2018, after an extensive three-year global effort, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) issued official guidelines on the measurement and reporting of human capital talent information (ISO Std 30414). According to the guidelines, investors, analysts, customers, researchers and employees would soon have a new category of data with which to assess the organization’s ability to generate financial returns from their investments in human capital.

Now what should pro-active, leading organizations do? Led by a group of experts, institutional investors and company executives, this panel will discuss the following topics:

  • Which metrics should the Board of Directors, CEO and management be familiar with?
  • What story do the metrics tell?
  • Which metrics are needed internally?
  • Which metrics can and should be reported externally?

Moderator: Jeff Higgins, CEO, Human Capital Management Institute 

Panel: Dan Knox, Integrated Business Planning, Red Hat 

Michael M. Moon, PhD., Director, People Insights, ADP

Jeff Higgins

CEO
Human Capital Management Institute (HCMI)

About Jeff Higgins

Jeff is a global thought leader with 25 years combined workforce planning, analytics and finance experience supporting Fortune™ 500 companies. Jeff has helped organizations around the world quantify the ROI of workforce decisions and realize cost saving opportunities of up to $1.0 billion USD. Jeff is both a former senior HR executive and former CFO, and a regular speaker at HR events.

Previously, Mr. Higgins worked in finance at Johnson & Johnson, Colgate Palmolive, Klune Industries and a senior HR leader at Countrywide Financial, IndyMac Bank, and Inform, a leading analytics software co. Jeff is on the SHRM Global Standards Committee on human capital, the Center for Talent Reporting board and founding member, PwC Saratoga Institute advisory council.

Dan Knox

Integrated Business Planning
Red Hat

About Dan Knox

Dan Knox joined Red Hat in 2016 with over 20 years of experience in operations and planning primarily with high technology global industry leaders.  He is currently responsible for Integrated Business Planning which includes long term forecasting of sales revenue, expenses, human capital, and infrastructure in accordance with corporate strategic goals.  He is also responsible for monitoring market, industry and geographic factors that may influence the business.

Dan holds a Bachelor’s Degree of Industrial Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration.  He lives in Raleigh, NC with his wife, and they are the proud parents of three children and one grandson.  He is an avid tennis player and his wife is more than half way to running a full 26.2 mile marathon in each state.

Michael M. Moon, Ph.D.

Director, People Insights
ADP

About Michael M. Moon, Ph.D.

Dr. Michael Moon is an Organizational Psychologist and People Analytics expert who specializes in applying analytics and evidenced-based approaches to the management of people.  She currently works as the Director of People Insights, part of ADP Professional Services. Dr. Moon has 20 years of experience working in HR and HR Technology. Her strong analytical and research skills have enabled the organizations she has worked for and clients she has worked with to do a better job at assessing the effectiveness of their talent choices by helping them to isolate and measure the impact of their human and social capital initiatives. Michael is a highly sought speaker on a range of topics including HR/Talent analytics, organizational culture, turnover, social capital, organizational network analysis, employee engagement and wellbeing. Dr. Moon holds a PhD in Human Capital Management from Bellevue University, as well as an MS in Human Resources from Suffolk University and an MM in Musical Theatre from the Boston Conservatory.