Beginning in late 2020, the SEC introduced new disclosure requirements for companies to allow investors to get more detailed insights into the health of a company’s workforce. These rules are principles-based, meaning the SEC did not provide prescriptive guidance on what exactly should be disclosed.
In this 3-minute video, Michael Brittian, Partner at Meridian Compensation Partners, provides a starting point for organizations that are trying to determine which human capital metrics to include. He recommends that companies form a cross-functional team to discuss which metrics are currently being tracked and which ones rise to the level of materiality and relevance to the company’s strategic goals.
Watch now to gain a better understanding of why this information is so important for investors and for Michael’s suggested list of metrics to consider this first year.