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HR audit evaluations

Human resource management function has gained more strategic level importance for organizations during recent years. As a result, the HR practices of an organization could be evaluated in order to determine how they contribute toward the strategic business objectives, including financial performance. Do you feel that these evaluations have become more necessary as a result of the increased cost consciousness due to the pressures of the global economy? How are these evaluations beneficial for the organizations? What factors would you take into consideration while performing these human resource management evaluations? If you have ever been involved with such an internal audit or evaluation during your working career, or know someone who has, please discuss your experiences and observations. Based on your experiences, what recommendations would you make for managers to ensure that these evaluations are performed in an effective and efficient manner?
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Do you feel that these evaluations have become more necessary as a result of the increased cost consciousness due to the pressures of the global economy? How are these evaluations beneficial for the organizations?

Every aspect of a company including how it contributes to the company's success is important. In a worldwide global market, competition is not just from the companies one competes directly against, but those who are indirect or from another place that can quickly affect how the company keeps its consumer base. HR is no different. It is charged with hiring the people who work for the company, the backbone of the company. Making sure the methods and procedures are meeting the needs of the company while following the demands of the mission and vision are ...

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A discussion of HR management evaluations based on questions supplied.

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