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Meaning of human resource accounting
 Human Resources accounting, also known as
Human Asset Accounting, involved identify...
 AAA Definition:
“ The process of identifying and measuring data about
human resources and communicating this information...
Why HRA?
It furnishes cost/value information for making
management decisions about acquiring, allocating,
developing, and...
Need for hra
 HR Accounting is very much needed to provide
effective & efficient management within the
organization.
 If...
 It gives a platform to the management by providing
factors for better decision-making for future
investment.
 The retur...
Valuation Approaches of Human Resource
Measurement is arbitrary and there are mainly 2
approaches;
Cost based approaches
...
Historical Cost Approach
The cost of recruitment, selection, development are all
capitalized and amortized over the usefu...
Replacement Cost Approach
The cost to replace the existing human resources are
estimated. All costs incurred to attain th...
Opportunity Cost Approach
Is based on economic concept which overcomes the
deficiency in replacement cost app. Measured th...
Present Value of Future Earnings
 Lev and Schwartz (1971) proposed an economic valuation
of employees based on the presen...
Limitations
The measure is an objective one because it uses
widely based statistics such as census income return
and mort...
Investment pattern
The human resource investment usually consists of the
following items:-
1) Expenditure on advertisement...
Hra in india
Though Human Resources Accounting was introduced way
back in the 1980s, it started gaining popularity in Indi...
Social Accounting
social accounting may be defined as identification and
recording of business activities and social
resp...
company has to make the social responsibilities
income statement and balance sheet. But it is not
compulsory to make thes...
objectives of social accounting
Main objectives of social accounting are to help society by
providing different facilities...
2. Help to employees
Company can help employees by providing the facility
of education to children of employees, providing...
4. Help to customers
In social accounting this the part of benefits given by
company to society , if company provides good...
Aditya Birla social projects
 vision
"To actively contribute to the social and economic
development of the communities in...
Education
Balwadis
(pre-school)
Adult
education
Non-formal
education
 Continuing
education
 Scholarships
for girls, m...
Farmers
development
Self-help groups
 SGSY -
dairy, readymade
garments, jute
project, basket
making, aggarbati
making, b...
Health and
family welfare
Mobile clinics -
doctors visit once a
week
Medical camps -
general and issue-
based
Health tr...
Infrastructure
development
Roads
Dams
 Community
centers
Houses Culverts
 Electricity
 Health centers
Water channel...
Social causes
Widow / dowry-
less mass marriages
Women
empowerment
Awareness drives
on knowledge,
attitude and
practices
Social responsibility income statement
No. particular Amount(credit)
1.
Opening of park expenses
- - - - - - - -
2.
health...
No. particular Amount(debit)
1. Natural losses due to pollution - - - - - - -
2. Health defects - - - - - - -
3. other los...
Campus Overview
907/A
Uvarshad, Gandhinag
ar
Highway, Ahmedabad
– 382422.
Ahmedabad Kolkata
Infinity Benchmark, 10th
Floor...
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  1. 1. Meaning of human resource accounting  Human Resources accounting, also known as Human Asset Accounting, involved identifying, measuring, capturing, tracking and analyzing the potential of the human resources of a company and communicating the resultant information to the stakeholders of the company.  It was a method by which a cost was assigned to every employee when recruited, and the value that the employee would generate in the future. Human Resource accounting reflected the potential of the human resources of an organization in monetary terms, in its financial statements.
  2. 2.  AAA Definition: “ The process of identifying and measuring data about human resources and communicating this information to the interested parties ” Stephen Knauf (1983): “ The measurement and quantification of human organizational inputs such as recruiting, training, experience and commitment ” Eric Flamholtz “ Accounting for people as organizational resources. It is the measurement of the cost and value of people for the organization ”
  3. 3. Why HRA? It furnishes cost/value information for making management decisions about acquiring, allocating, developing, and maintaining human resources in order to attain cost-effectiveness; It allows management personnel to monitor effectively the use of human resources; It provides a sound and effective basis of human asset control, that is, whether the asset is appreciated, depleted or conserved; It helps in the development of management principles by classifying the financial consequences of various practices.
  4. 4. Need for hra  HR Accounting is very much needed to provide effective & efficient management within the organization.  If there is any change in the structure of manpower, it is HRA which provides information on it to the management.  HRA provides qualitative information & also assess the cost incurred in personnel.
  5. 5.  It gives a platform to the management by providing factors for better decision-making for future investment.  The return on Investment on human capital is best evaluated through HRA.  HRA communicates to the organization & public about the worth of human resources & also its proper allocation within the organization.  HR helps the management in developing principles by classifying the financial consequences of the various practices.
  6. 6. Valuation Approaches of Human Resource Measurement is arbitrary and there are mainly 2 approaches; Cost based approaches  Present Value of Future Earning  Cost Based Approaches 1. Historical Cost Approach 2. Replacement Cost Approach 3. Opportunity Cost Approach
  7. 7. Historical Cost Approach The cost of recruitment, selection, development are all capitalized and amortized over the useful life time of the employee. This amortization may be dealt according to the situation. Benefits: Easy to operate, Conforms with the matching principle, Similar to the treatment of other fixed assets Shortcomings: Estimation of the useful life time may not be easy, The value of humans are generally increasing over time - but this method gives a declining picture, This method doesn’t actually measure the value but undermines it
  8. 8. Replacement Cost Approach The cost to replace the existing human resources are estimated. All costs incurred to attain the current level of competence of an existing employee. Created from scratch Benefits: Is present/ future oriented Disadvantage: Not always possible to obtain such a measure (identical replacement), It is hence subjective
  9. 9. Opportunity Cost Approach Is based on economic concept which overcomes the deficiency in replacement cost app. Measured through a competitive bidding process within the entity. Steps: 1. The entity is divided in to investment centers 2. The investment centre managers bid for scarce employees they need within the entity 3. The maximum bid price may obtained by the capitalization of the excess profits generated by the employee
  10. 10. Present Value of Future Earnings  Lev and Schwartz (1971) proposed an economic valuation of employees based on the present value of future earnings, adjusted for the probability of employees’ death/se parathion/retirement.  This method helps in determining what an employee’s future contribution is worth today.  According to this model, the value of human capital embodied in a person who is ‘y’ years old, is the present value of his/her future earnings from employment and can be calculated by using the following formula: E(Vy) = Σ Py(t+1) Σ I(T)/(I+R)t-y T=Y Y where E (Vy) = expected value of a ‘y’ year old person’s human capital T = the person’s retirement age Py (t) = probability of the person leaving the organization I(t) = expected earnings of the person in period I r = discount rate
  11. 11. Limitations The measure is an objective one because it uses widely based statistics such as census income return and mortality tables. The measure assigns more weight to averages than to the value of any specific group or individual.
  12. 12. Investment pattern The human resource investment usually consists of the following items:- 1) Expenditure on advertisement for recruitment 2) Cost of selection 3) Training cost 4) On the job training cost 5) Subsistence allowance 6) Contribution to provident Fund 7) Educational tour expenses 8) Medical expenses 9) Ex-gratia payments 10) Employee’s Welfare Fund All these items influence directly or indirectly the human resources and the productivity of the organization.
  13. 13. Hra in india Though Human Resources Accounting was introduced way back in the 1980s, it started gaining popularity in India after it was adopted and popularized by NLC. Even though the situation prevails, yet, a growing trend towards the measurement and reporting of human resources particularly in public sector is noticeable during the past few years. BHEL, Cement Corporation of India, ONGC, Engineers India Ltd., National Thermal Corporation, Minerals and Metals Trading Corporation, Madras Refineries, Oil India Ltd., Associated Cement Companies, SPIC, Metallurgical and Engineering consultants India Limited, Cochin Refineries Ltd. Etc. are some of the organizations, which have started disclosing some valuable information regarding human resources in their financial statements. It is needless to mention here that, the importance of human resources in business organization as productive resources was by and large ignored by the accountants until two decades ago.
  14. 14. Social Accounting social accounting may be defined as identification and recording of business activities and social responsibilities. social responsibilities concept is one of the important concept of management. it is the duty of enterprise to do some social activities to completing their social responsibilities. social accounting is very important tool to measures the performance of any company in a view of social responsibilities.
  15. 15. company has to make the social responsibilities income statement and balance sheet. But it is not compulsory to make these statement. France , UK and USA are the top countries where social responsibility statements are made with other financial statements . In India social accounting is not so popular but some India companies are now focusing on social responsibility and also started to make social report for calculating to total cost and benefits for performing social responsibility .
  16. 16. objectives of social accounting Main objectives of social accounting are to help society by providing different facilities by enterprise and to record them. We can write them in following points. 1. Effective utilization of natural resources Main objectives of making social accounting is to determine whether company is properly utilize their natural resources or not .
  17. 17. 2. Help to employees Company can help employees by providing the facility of education to children of employees, providing transport free of cost and also providing good working environment conditions . 3.Help to society Because companies' factories spread the pollution in natural society which is very harmful for society . So , enterprise can help to society by planting the trees , establishing new parks near factory area. and also opening new hospitals .
  18. 18. 4. Help to customers In social accounting this the part of benefits given by company to society , if company provides goods to customers at lower rate and with high quality . 5. Help to investors Company can help to investors by providing transparent accounting information to investors . Because of many objectives are related to safeguarding of natural resources so this accounting is also known as Social and Environmental Accounting, Corporate Social Reporting, Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting, Non-Financial Reporting, Sustainability Accounting
  19. 19. Aditya Birla social projects  vision "To actively contribute to the social and economic development of the communities in which we operate. In so doing, build a better, sustainable way of life for the weaker sections of society and raise the country's human development index."
  20. 20. Education Balwadis (pre-school) Adult education Non-formal education  Continuing education  Scholarships for girls, merit and technical education
  21. 21. Farmers development Self-help groups  SGSY - dairy, readymade garments, jute project, basket making, aggarbati making, bee keeping, durrie making.  Check dam  Irrigation  Land development  Soil and water conservation  Pasture development  Social forestry/ plantation activities/ nursery Horticulture
  22. 22. Health and family welfare Mobile clinics - doctors visit once a week Medical camps - general and issue- based Health training and awareness Sanitation - toilets, training, smo keless chullahs, biogas Safe drinking water Mother and child health Reproductive health Awareness building
  23. 23. Infrastructure development Roads Dams  Community centers Houses Culverts  Electricity  Health centers Water channels  Schools
  24. 24. Social causes Widow / dowry- less mass marriages Women empowerment Awareness drives on knowledge, attitude and practices
  25. 25. Social responsibility income statement No. particular Amount(credit) 1. Opening of park expenses - - - - - - - - 2. health free services - - - - - - - - 3. plantation - - - - - - - - 4. water free facility - - - - - - - 5. employees - - - - - - - - Net (credit)balance - - - - - - - - -
  26. 26. No. particular Amount(debit) 1. Natural losses due to pollution - - - - - - - 2. Health defects - - - - - - - 3. other losses due to co. operations -- - - - - - Net(debit )balance - - - - -- - Net benefits given by co. to society (credit-debit) - - - - - - -
  27. 27. Campus Overview 907/A Uvarshad, Gandhinag ar Highway, Ahmedabad – 382422. Ahmedabad Kolkata Infinity Benchmark, 10th Floor, Plot G1, Block EP & GP, Sector V, Salt-Lake, Kolkata – 700091. Mumbai Goldline Business Centre Linkway Estate, Next to Chincholi Fire Brigade, Malad (West), Mumbai – 400 064.
  28. 28. Thank You
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