Who we are.
Formed in 2011,Technical Committee 260 ist the official group of experts for human resource management, working on the level of the International Organization of Standardization(ISO).
Each expert is a representative of his or her national standards organization and contributes with deep knowledge of a respective subject to TC 260 and its working groups.
28 countries are participating in the work of the committee, another 23 countries are holding seats as observing members.
What we do.
ISO TC 260 works on the ISO 30400 series of international standards in human resource management.
Main Objectives and Priorities of ISO/TC 260 are to facilitate international business by providing guidance on professional practice standards and improve internal processes. Thereby, HR practices should become comparable and consistent to enable a transparent benchmarking and contribute to professinalization of human resource management.
10 different working Groups, supported by the chairmans advisory group, cover the whole employee lifecycle and ensure coherent and complete coverage of all issues related to evidence based HR management.
Workforce, People Management, Human Resource Management, Human Capital Management, Workforce Management, Workforce Planning, Recruitment, Assessment, Employer Branding, Candidate Experience, Diversity, Inclusion, Learning and Development, Employee Engagement, Employability,Reporting, Metrics, Human Governanc
ISO 30400:2016 Preview
Human resource management -- Vocabulary
ISO 30401:2018 Preview
Knowledge management systems — Requirements
ISO 30405:2016 Preview
Human resource management -- Guidelines on recruitment
ISO 30408:2016 Preview
Human resource management -- Guidelines on human governance
ISO 30409:2016 Preview
Human resource Management -- Workforce planning
ISO 30414:2018 Preview
Human resource management — Guidelines for internal and external human capital reporting
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Want to get involved?
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