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As the pressure mounts on companies to increase the transparency of their corporate reporting and to take a longer-term perspective on the factors affecting their businesses, the issue of human capital is rising up the agenda.

Recognising employee’s talents and contributions to a business can increase its productivity, thus being an indicator of how human capital is becoming more and more prevalent in today’s corporate communications community. This conference is essential for those working in investor relations, HR and corporate communications as it will explore the ways in which these teams can communicate effectively to marry up the messages each of these departments have about human capital in their annual report.

Topics include:

  • examining whether a common set of metrics for all businesses to measure human capital is feasible
  • how different business models have alternative ways of structuring the reporting process 
  • what investors need to know about human capital when looking to take a stake in a company
  • how employer brand management affects human capital

With speakers from:

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Date: 15 May 2015
Venue: 200 Aldersgate, St Paul’s, London
Website: www.communicatemagazine.co.uk/humancapital 

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