Human Capital Disclosure Report: Learning on the Job

The SEC’s new rule on human capital disclosure leaves a whole lot of room for interpretation. Instead of requiring public companies to reveal hard numbers about their workforces (on compensation, racial composition or a host of other metrics), it asked them only to provide “a description of the registrant’s human capital.”

So in this first reporting season under the new rule, we wanted to see how forthcoming public companies have been in their human capital disclosure. Our experts leveraged the Intelligize platform to analyze 427 10-Ks filed by S&P 500 companies between November 9, 2020, and March 5, 2021.

The result is our Human Capital Disclosure Report: Learning on the Job.

Download the report today and see how companies responded in their disclosure.

 

 

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