Conducting HR audit entails a detailed analysis of HR policies, practices, procedures of the organization and ascertaining whether it aligns with the organizational strategy and purpose. Further the audit process involves benchmarking the systems against best practices across organizations of similar size and industry. The areas covered under the HR audit include, but not restricted to employee relations, performance management systems, compensation system, record keeping, employee health and safety, legal compliance and so on. The program aims at developing the capabilities of the participants to conduct an in depth audit of HR systems in their organizations by providing detailed inputs on the process of HR audit through case studies.
HR Auditing-Preparing the Ground for Strategic HRM
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In the contemporary business world the role of HRM is considered to be strategic, where HR is seen as a business partner, involved in designing and implementing organizational policies and striving towards organizational goals. The onus, thus, is on HR department to accomplish more with less and to add value to the organization. To ascertain if HR is contributing to the organizational goals and if so, how, we need to clearly assess and demonstrate the impact of HR policies and practices on the organization HR audit, to say the least, enables the organization to assess the effectiveness of HR. The importance of HR audit, however, extends much beyond assessment of HR function. It indeed sets the way of transforming the HR systems and processes and enhances the alignment between HR and the organization. HR audit identifies the strengths and the weaknesses in the HR systems, paving the way for potential improvement in design and implementation of HR.
Who Should Attend The Course?
A mix of senior, middle and junior managers involved in HR policy design in organization and having key decision making responsibilities.
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