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Introduction Concept of Human Capital Measurement

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    • Human Capital Measurement Introduction Concept Written by DC
    • The importance of HR and The optimization of Human Capital people are at the core People Learn People Communicate People Know
    • The importance of HR and The optimization of Human Capital
      • " As the global economy continues to flatten, organizations will need to have an increased focus on talent management, succession planning, retention, and finding new ways to increase productivity in order to outperform their competition.
      • HR departments that align themselves with corporate strategy and goals, and ensure they have access to the necessary expertise, information, and systems to optimize workforce investments will be at a distinct advantage in helping their organizations maximize corporate value ".
      • (Human Capital Effectiveness 2007/2008 Report of the Saratoga Institute )
    • Human Capital Effectiveness Metrics
      • Revenue Factor :
      • Is a basic measure of human capital effectiveness and is the aggregate result of all of the drivers of human capital management that influence employee behavior.
      • It conceptually links the time and effort associated with the firm’s human capital to its revenue output by indicating employee productivity. It simply measures the revenue generated for each employee.
      • The formula for this metric is
      • Revenue / Headcount
    • Human Capital Effectiveness Metrics
      • Expense Factor:
      • It conceptually links the time and effort associated with the firm’s human capital to its operating expense output.
      • The formula is:
      • Operating Expense / Headcount
    • Human Capital Effectiveness Metrics
      • Income Factor:
      • Is calculated by taking the operating income and dividing it by the total headcount of the organization.
      • It conceptually links the time and effort associated with the firm’s human capital to its operating income output.
      • The formula is:
      • Operating Income / Headcount
    • Human Capital Effectiveness Metrics
      • EBITDA Factor:
      • Is calculated by taking the EBITDA and dividing it by the total headcount of the organization.
      • It conceptually links the time and effort associated with the firm’s human capital to its operations’ profitability without the potentially distorting effects of changes in depreciation, amortization, interest and tax.
      • The formula is:
      • EBITDA / Headcount
    • Human Capital Effectiveness Metrics
      • Human Capital Value Added (HCVA):
      • Is an adjusted operating profitability figure calculated by subtracting all expenses except for labor expenses from Revenue and dividing the adjusted profit figure by the total headcount.
      • The formula for HCVA is;
      • Revenue –
      • (Operating Expense - (Compensation + Benefits Cost))
      • Headcount
    • Human Capital Effectiveness Metrics
      • Human Capital Return on Investment (HCROI):
      • It calculates the return on investment on a company's employees. This is equivalent to calculating the value addedof investing in the organization's human assets.
      • HCROI looks at the ROI in terms of profit for investments made on total labor cost by using the same adjusted profit figure of HCVA. HCROI is calculated by dividing the adjusted profit figure to human capital costs (except for training). It directly shows the amount of profit derived for every dollar invested in labor cost – in effect the leverage on labor cost.
      • The formula is:
      • (Revenue - (Operating Expense - (Compensation + Benefits Cost) / (Compensation + Benefits Cost)
    • Human Capital Effectiveness Metrics
      • Human Economic Value Added (HEVA):
      • It shows wealth created per average headcount in an organization. It shows how much EVA can be ascribed to the average amount of employee contracted for.
      • The rate is calculated by subtracting the 10% of shareholder’s equity from the net profit/loss and dividing the difference by the average headcount of the organization which can be formulated as;
      • (Net Profit - 10% shareholder's equity) / Headcount