Human Capital Management

The following specialized topics have been documented, outlining all relevant technical principles and guidelines, in a booklet format
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The following three handbooks have been compiled from research papers and case studies conducted in the field and may be subscribed for at the prices shown below:

Economic Sharing and Resource Governance

256 Pages


This compilation of 22 research papers covers international statistics and best practices in the major capitalist economies affecting how the pie is shared between the major stakeholders – through profit-sharing, variable pay policy and share participation. This handbook should therefore be available to the HR and Finance Departments of every multinational company.

The Governance of Human Resources

496 Pages


This handbook covers every aspect of corporate governance affecting the most senior HR executive – extending now for the first time (following King IV) to social and ethical practices, and sustainability (covering operational efficiency). There are new challenges confronting the HR executive today and the HR department needs to be drawn into discussions governing how the economic pie is being shared.

The Governance of
Financial Resources

302 Pages


New governance requirements confront the most senior Finance Executive as well – putting a sharper focus on funding principles and the disclosure of financial outcomes – including on the scale of short-term incentives and share participation, also on deferred bonuses and restraint payments. Awards need to be justified by reliable financial models. They are explained and fully illustrated in the handbook.
The following surveys have been completed in 2021 and may be subscribed for at the prices shown below:

The Annual Survey of the Remuneration Policies of the Top 80 JSE-Listed
Companies (2021)


This tracks the disclosure of the policies required to be disclosed by listed companies. Statistics go back to 2013, facilitating a study of trends – for example, in relation to package structures, the scale of share awards, and the income gap. Smaller companies study these statistics – since Top 80 policies are based on institutional requirements and on the advice of top professional advisors.

Survey of the Time Involvement of Non-Executive Directors within JSE-Listed Companies (2021)


This survey is conducted every five-years to track the increased time commitment which non-executive directors have to commit to their committee mandates. This should be allowed for in the annual revision of fee tariffs.

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