Auditing Employee Management
In addition to being required to comply with a number of laws, every organization’s human resources administration faces challenges in strategically managing their human capital. This book looks at today’s key issues and offers practical information.
There are clear risks in administering employee management programs. Numerous laws govern human resources (HR) administration, making compliance a key concern. However, there is also a vital strategic component of employee management.
In today’s environment, key issues include training employees in a struggling economy, increases in fraud incidents, management/union relationship strains, and the baby boomer exodus.
Auditing Employee Management is the final book in the Internal Audit Foundation's Auditing Human Resources handbook series. It offers practical information on:
- Audit program development
- Employee performance management
- HR policies and procedures
- Safety and security
- Collective bargaining
The handbook closely follows the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Total Rewards Learning System regarding the general body of knowledge for HR management. Included are helpful appendices with key information on employment legislation, employment-related websites, required employment postings, and employee record retention requirements.
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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