Thursday, August 8, 2019
In this HR Technologist article, Workforce Logiq CHRO, Fatime Doczi, shares how organizations with strong talent management programs tend to perform better and face fewer business risks. An especially timely reminder as the SEC is considering new disclosure requirements for publicly traded companies on human capital management.
Article excerpt: “Organizations with strong human capital management programs tend to perform better and face fewer business risks because they are supporting employees in a way that engages them to do their best work. Not only is this support directed to full-time employees, but to contingent and gig workers as well. Engaged talent is not only more productive, but also more apt to innovate and drive results for the business, both of which directly impact profitability, stock price, and more”