Marina Del Rey, CA -- The Human Capital Management Institute (HCMI), an industry leader in advanced workforce analytics solutions and predictive human capital management metrics, announced that it will be hosting an exclusive HR training seminar - Workforce Planning Training, July 15 and 16 in Chicago, Illinois (http://www.hcminst.com/training/workforce-planning/). This training is an intensive 2-day workshop to help organizations learn how to build and model scenarios that illuminate the optimal future workforce, identify critical skills, job roles and development paths. Identify and avoid talent shortages, improve efficiency and map out the future talent strategy.
Paycom Software, Inc. (NYSE:PAYC) reported first-quarter net income attributable to the company of $1.1 million or $0.02 per share, compared to $2.6 million or $0.05 per share for the year-ago quarter. Pro forma net income for the latest first quarter declined to $1.1 million or $0.02 per share from $2.1 million or $0.04 per share in the comparable quarter last year.
ADP (NASDAQ:ADP), a leading global provider of Human Capital Management (HCM) solutions, recently announced that it has been ranked #15 on the 2014 Working Mother list of Best Companies for Multicultural Women. This marks the company's initial appearance on the list. Recently the company was also ranked in the top 25 on the 2014 Diversity Inc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list.
The results of a study released by the Canadian Financial Executives Research Foundation (CFERF), the research arm of FEI Canada, and sponsored by Ceridian shows a widening skills gap among finance executives who are starting to oversee HR managers and payroll functions. Canadian senior financial executives are becoming more involved in the oversight of HR functions, but despite their increasing sphere of responsibility, a large proportion of these executives rate their knowledge of HR functions as moderate or average.
Chief executive officers are demanding better information about their talent to support business goals, and human resources departments that can deliver such data and help to achieve a sustainable competitive advantage for the organization are more likely to be considered strategic partners, according to consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers Saratoga.
The Human Capital Management Institute was founded on the belief that organizations can and must find better ways of measuring their investments in human capital. HCMI strives to fundamentally change the way organizations make decisions about their workforce. HCMI's vision of the future is one in which human capital measurement and information is as integral to business decision making as financial information is today. Serving global clients, HCMI delivers advanced workforce intelligence training, assessments, consulting, and the world's most advanced workforce analytics (http://www.hcminst.com/solveworkforce) and workforce planning modeling tools.
To learn more about HCMI's advancements in the field of workforce analytics, planning and human capital metrics, read their latest study linking human capital to business performance explaining the link between HR metrics and stock price (http://hcminst.com/linking-human-capital-to-business-performance).
CONTACT: Matthew Lemert
Human Capital Management Institute