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PERSONNEL AUDIT

PERSONNEL AUDIT

Personal audit usually consists of one-off analysis of human resources within an organisation. It is a kind of audit –its task is to, objectively and independently, examine and evaluate the present condition and to provide a recommendation on ways to improve the efficiency of individuals, organisational units and the organisation at large. Its main goal is to increase the efficiency and performance of an organisation. To obtain information, auditors use both soft and hard techniques (assessment centres, mystery methods, individual talks)

The goal of the complex audit is to answer the following questions:

  • How many employees does the organisation need to deal with the current volume of work?
  • Who of the employees is the most suitable for the given working position?
  • What is the set-up of the system to manage people in the organisation?
  • Increase the performance of the organisation as a whole and optimise human resources
  • Optimise costs and reduce the number of employees
  • Improve the system of HR management in the organisation, including motivational system
  • Create groundwork for individual development and career plans of workers
  • Strengthen the system use of motivational tool in the organisation.

The most frequent reasons for implementing personal audit:

  • Increase the performance of the organisation as a whole and optimise human resources
  • Optimise costs and reduce the number of employees
  • Improve the system of HR management in the organisation, including motivational system
  • Create groundwork for individual development and career plans of workers
  • Strengthen the system use of motivational tool in the organisation.