A new SEC rule requires companies to describe in their upcoming annual reports how they manage their human capital resources and gives them broad latitude to select measures that are relevant to their business. Also recent developments on gender equity and the impact of Black Lives Matter are sure to increase the pressure on companies to disclose information on the diversity of their workforce and equity in their policies and practices. How should companies respond? What human capital information makes sense for employers to disclose?


Join Mercer experts as they address these questions and provide insight into how companies can explain their workforce strategy and the quantitative and qualitative measures they use to make workforce decisions and track the strategy’s effectiveness.


Why attend?

We will provide information on the requirement and key actionable takeaways to help you prepare now, including how to:


  • Select measures that support the company’s mission, values and business
  • Use internal labor market analysis and employee surveys to identify risks and opportunities
  • Determine what human capital information to disclose and how to bring evidence to bear
  • Understand what investors want to know and tell your human capital story

Wednesday, October 21, 2020




01:00 PM - 02:00 PM EDT


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Who should attend?

CEO, CHRO, Head of Total Rewards



Haig R. Nalbantian
Senior Partner, Co-founder/Leader of Mercer’s Workforce Sciences Institute, Mercer

Gregg H. Passin
Senior Partner, US Executive Solutions Leader, Mercer

Brian Levine
Partner, Workforce Strategy & Analytics Leader, Mercer

Amy Knieriem
Senior Principal, Senior Legal Consultant in Executive Law & Regulatory Group, Mercer