Executives generally agree that employees are a corporation’s greatest asset — and that workforce cost is typically one of their largest operating expenses. But GAAP accounting and standard financial statements are ill-suited to managing this “asset” or quantifying this expense, and to providing the requisite insight for managing and optimizing them.
Human Equity Valuation enables any company to quantify, track and systematically improve its Total Workforce Productivity Impact and Retained Human Equity Value over time.
Why is this important? During the past four decades, top-performing companies have seen a steady decline in the market value attributed to their tangible assets. Intangible assets, such as employees, have grown to account for 84 percent of the S&P500’s value.1
Replay this informative webinar to discover more about the market forces driving the need for this methodology, example evaluations, and more!
1Ocean Tomo research via Equities.com: Finding the 84% of Stock Market Value That Most Investors Ignore, April 17, 2015