- NY Credits : 2.0
- TX Credits : 2.0
This program is designed to assist accountants, managers in organizations, and consultants in understanding the growing field of human capital data collection, analytics. This revised program includes updated information on just-released technical specifications which guide accountants and managers in data collection, analysis, reporting. This program also includes a new section on ethical considerations that are important when implementing new human capital management reporting. Human capital metrics must be integrated into coherent management information systems and proper internal controls are essential to insure reasonable accuracy for the reported data.
This course also shows accountants a path to increasing their business and their roles in organization by being a first-mover toward taking an organization in the direction of complying with ISO 30414. This course explains the dynamic interplay between gathering and analyzing accurate, properly categorized human resource data and the ability to predict how well a company or organization will do in the future.
Such data pinpoint problems and challenges in organizations not easily observed without proper analysis of such data. This program shows you the future of human resource data collection, the history of how we got to this point, and shows how complying with at least some aspects of ISO 30414, a voluntary standard, could give your organization and your clients' organizations a competitive advantage in the marketplace. In addition, this course provides guidance to managers at all levels on how to manage their most important asset, their human resources to promote their organization's success.
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Upon successful completion of this course, the user should be able to:
identify the basic elements of the ISO 30414 standard, its 2021 technical specifications, and its history,
list the benefits of complying with at least some of the elements of the ISO 30414 standard,
describe the potential, expansive role of accountants in generating accurate human resources data,
identify the basic elements of predictive analytics as it applies to human resources data,
describe the role materiality plays in the future of human capital reporting,
list some of the competitive advantages organizations can gain by collecting and analyzing human capital data,
recognize the options an organization should consider regarding how to collect and report human capital data,
recognize the importance of the metrics that an organization uses to measure and define success, and
identify the ethical underpinnings and ethical challenges of reporting human capital data.