Understanding the New SEC Human Capital Disclosure Requirements – and What is Expected from Your Firm
Thursday, December 3, 2020 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. EST
Are you prepared? Do you know how to get ready?
Human Capital disclosure is now part of reporting requirements from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Last year, the SEC published a proposed rule about human capital reporting requirements as part of the Modernization of Regulation S-K Items 101, 103, and 105. On August 25, 2020, Regulation S-K, which focuses on companies’ non-financial reporting requirements, was finalized. At a summary level, the rule requires public companies to provide:
“…a description of a registrant’s human capital resources, including any human capital measures or objectives that the registrant focuses on in managing the business.”
This additional information is now going to be required for organizations to report publicly. While this change is a new requirement from a compliance standpoint, it also offers organizations new opportunities to differentiate in their marketspace through sharing of data and potential impact on investor perception.
Join us for this complimentary one-hour seminar and you will be able to explain and discuss:
- The key elements of the ruling and requirements
- The variable reporting areas
- Implications for organizations regarding compliance
- What investors may expect as a result – from compliance and emerging organizational approaches
- Approaches for organizations to build and maintain compliance
- Starting points to build capabilities beyond compliance
Who Should Attend:
Anyone involved in public companies or capital markets who wants to learn about the types of data that will become available for investors. Compliance, Legal, HR, L&D departments are ideal candidates.
CPE Credits: Participants can earn 1.0 CPE credit.
Michael (Mike) Hruska is a technologist and design thinking (DT) practitioner with experiences spanning across standards, emerging technologies, learning, and science. He is a former researcher at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Mike provides technology, business model and innovation solutions to Fortune 500, government, and startups. He researches, strategizes, designs, and makes advanced technology solutions and products for learning and human capital management. Mike’s experience spans the continuum between advanced research on adaptive learning ecosystems and emerging technology solution/product design in a variety of industries.