A4S Essential Guide Series: Social and Human Capital Accounting

About the Guide

This is a practical guide on how to integrate social and human capital into decision making. It will help you to develop resilient and sustainable business models, by putting numbers on the issues that will affect the future of your organization.

The guide will interest anyone looking to understand the key challenges organizations face when using social and human capital accounting.

Practical tools for finance professionals are at the core of the guide, with examples, suggested tools and guidance. Case studies show the challenges finance professionals have faced and how they solved them, bringing social and human capital accounting to life.

Worked Examples

The members of the Canadian Chapter of the A4S CFO Leadership Network have created in-depth worked examples to show how they have implemented social and human capital accounting within their respective organizations.

Watch this space for more worked examples from members of our Canadian CFO Leadership Network including WSIB and Manulife. 

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The business benefits

Kate Bowyer, CFO, The Crown Estate, blogs about the business benefits that can be drived from social and human capital accounting 

What is social and human capital?

Kathryn Jackson, Technical Director, A4S, blogs about the definitions of social capital and human capital that were reached to during the project 

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