Ask many business leaders about the secret of their organisation’s success and they’ll tell that you it’s down to their people. “Our assets walk in and out of our doors every day” is a phrase trotted out by many CEOs. Yet most companies account for people as expenses on the income statement and liabilities on the balance sheet.
This half-day conference focused on the people components of corporate reporting and explored ways companies can account for the valuation of their employees. It explained how business share the narrative about their talent and how investor and stakeholder sentiment can be moulded by telling the future story of their business and their most important assets: their staff.
What attendees learnt
What is now expected of your narrative report
Tips to convince investors to take a stake in your company
How companies invest in developing a strong employer brand
The most effective ways to align the values of your IR and HR departments when preparing your annual report
Frameworks for measuring human capital
Reasons for attending
To discover the best ways to report about your staff and other intangible assets
To learn the tough questions investors are asking when looking to invest
To ensure your narrative and strategic reports adheres to the new legislative changes and how to incorporate these facts succinctly
To hear about how different businesses measure human capital
To find out how organisations communicate with a wider range of stakeholders about their long-term business sustainability and the value of their employees
To network with industry professionals
Those with specialities in the following areas:
Employer brand management
This conference took place on 15 May 2015 at 200 Aldersgate - St Paul's. If you would like more information on future events, you can sign up below, email Liz Foggitt or call the events team on +44 20 7998 6263.
Earn 5 CPD points when you book at place at this conference, for more information on CPD points click here.