Roles of Human Resource Managers

Audits of employee issues can provide data as valuable as many financial reports because they flash early warning signals of turnover, lowered productivity and an in-ability to carry out strategies. These audits are especially valuable if executives acquire thorough data analysis and succinct, pragmatic plans as part of the audit process.

Human resources issue audits require front-end time and dollars. They delay answers to questions like, “What courses should we offer?” and “How much more productive can we be?” Continue reading