Scope of HR audit

The HR audit has a very wide scope. It assumes that the management of human resources involves much more than the practice of recruiting, hiring, retaining and firing employees. It examines the concept of 'people management' by supervisors at all levels. It covers areas like HR philosophy, policies, programmes, practices and personnel results. The National Industrial Conference Broard of the United State states, "The topmanagement is intrested in auditing all the programmes relating to employees, regardless of where they originate, or the channels through which they are administered".
The major areas of HR audit include:
  • programming, forecasting and scheduling to meet organization and personnel needs
  • Areas of recruitment, selection, careers, promotions, training and development
  • Areas of leadership, welfare, grievances, performance appraisal, employee mobility, and industrial relations. 

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