THE BIGGEST CHANGE IN HCM; WHAT HR LEADERS SHOULD PREPARE FOR

David Simmonds from HCM Metrics talks with us about what HR leaders should expect next following the SEC's HCM Disclosure

As Q4, 2020 started, many firms found themselves scrambling to define a strategy and reporting structure for this year’s requirement. It is anticipated that firms will report on a variety of metrics until standardization is finalized in the coming reporting periods. The 11 Core Areas can provide a solid foundation to get ahead of the curve for many companies.

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David Simmonds

 

DAVID SIMMONDS

In 2015, David Simmonds founded HR Analytics Ltd to help organisations make better decisions through effective human capital and related data analysis. Before that, he was a principal/senior lecturer for the universities of West London, Westminster and Chichester, during which time he had consulting, training and development, senior advisory, and executive coaching assignments with organisations such as Barclays Bank, Bank of Malaysia, Bloomberg, British Airways, British Telecom, GlaxoSmithKline, Heinz Foods, Royal Mail, Starwood Hotels, and Triton Investment Advisers.

David is a Chartered Fellow of the UK’s CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) and holds certifications from the Institute of Sales and Marketing Management, the Institute of Training and Occupational Learning and the Higher Education Academy.

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