Human resource auditing is the process of evaluating various human resource programs and practices in order to determine whether or not they serve their intended purposes. This process is extremely thorough and usually involves multiple individuals and assessments. The audit will typically investigate company compliance with laws and procedures, and identify areas where improvement is needed. If the company does comply with the rules and procedures set forth by government regulations and company policy, the human resource audit will determine whether or not they are being implemented properly. Companies that schedule periodic human resource audits will gain in-depth knowledge about the structure of the company and the behavior of its employees. The audit will also determine the amount of human capital the company currently has access to.
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