Overview : This webinar is intended to be a tool for HR professionals a to increase the effectiveness of the human resources function within the organization and position themselves as a true business partner within the company. The webinar reviews the reasons to have an audit, what key areas should be included, who should be involved in the audit, as well as the process and tools. |
We also will discuss the objectives and benefits of HR auditing and review the pros and cons of conducting the audit with internal vs. external resources. In addition, we will explore the human capital benefits of an audit, as well as the risk reduction of government audits and employee complaints/lawsuits.
Why should you attend: As government agencies increase their staff and designate increased resources to assessing employers employment law compliance, adherence to wage & hour's standards and discriminatory management policies and practices, has placed both small and large employers in the center of the target for government audits and employee lawsuits. This can result in employers paying high fines and penalties for non-compliance, damaging an organizations "brand name", and contributing to the erosion of employee morale and motivation resulting in low productivity.
Areas Covered in the Session: Why an HR Audit is Important Objectives of a Human Resources Audit Description of an HR Audit Process How Determine What HR Areas Should be Included in the Audit Deciding Who Should be Involved in the Audit Tools You Can Use to Conduct an Audit Developing an Action Plan for Improvements Summary and Conclusion
Who Will Benefit: Director/HR Managers Risk/Safety Managers Internal Auditors Management Consultants
David Wilson as a Vice-President of Human Resources, and in other key HR roles has gained extensive experience in a full spectrum of human resources management as a "Generalist", including organizational development & training, strategic/organizational planning, change management, process implementation and performance management, employee relations, labor relations and contract negotiations, compensation & benefits, and EEOC/AAP. His professional experience has provided him with a strong business aptitude and his skills are very transferable across a number of vertical markets.
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