Auditing Compensation and Benefits Programs
An organization’s budget is greatly impacted by its employee compensation and benefits programs. This book can help you guide best practices and address associated risks. A staple for every internal audit library.
Internal auditors are beginning to recognize that there are major organizational risks and costs associated with administering compensation and benefits programs, and are adjusting their efforts accordingly.
Inappropriate management of salary and benefits costs, which often make up a large portion of the overall budget, can have a significant financial impact on an organization. Additionally, the numerous laws governing compensation and benefits administration make compliance a key concern.
Auditing Compensation and Benefits Programs provides detailed information on auditing these key human resources (HR) functional areas.
The book includes:
- Discussion of best practices and risks associated with compensation programs
- Sample compensation and benefits audit program
- Sample risk checklist
- Risk impact and control matrix
This handbook, which closely follows the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Total Rewards Learning System regarding general compensation and benefits administration, can help those responsible for administering and auditing these programs ensure that their organizations are implementing best practices and addressing all appropriate risks.
About the Author:
Kelli W. Vito, SPHR, CCP, is principal and owner of Capital City HR, which is based in Austin, Texas, and offers strategic human resources (HR) management consulting and auditing services to both private and public sector organizations. Her practice specializes in HR auditing, workforce planning, performance management and measurement, strategic planning, compensation administration, and organizational design.
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