Auditing Human Resources Bundle

  • Item No. : 1071
  • Publisher : The IIA Research Foundation
  • Authors : Kelli W. Vito, SPHR, CCP
  • Media : Paperback
  • Member Price : $119.99
  • Non-Member Price : $144.99

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Bundled for savings, these products are essential for any human resource audit activity and it is a "must have" for every audit shop.  Includes the NEW Auditing Employee Management.

These products are also available for purchase individually.


Auditing Human Resources, 2nd Edition   


Human resource (HR) management covers a broad spectrum of workforce activities. Despite its integral role, HR is often considered a “soft” area and management may not understand the inherent risks involved with this function, including employment law issues, compensation and benefit plan design, recordkeeping, and potential fraud issues.  


Auditing Compensation and Benefits Programs  


Internal auditors are beginning to recognize that there are major organizational risks and costs associated with administering compensation and benefits programs, and are adjusting their efforts according. Inappropriate management of salary and benefits costs, which often make up a large portion of the overall budget, can have a significant financial impact on an organization. Additionally, the numerous laws governing compensation and benefits administration make compliance a key concern.


Auditing Employee Hiring and Staffing


This is the third in The IIA Research Foundation’s Auditing Human Resources handbook series. It explains the risks and expenses involved in human resources so that auditors will be equipped to address problems and guide organizations.


Auditing Employee Management

There are clear risks in administering employee management programs. Numerous laws govern human resources (HR) administration, making compliance a key concern. However, there is also a vital strategic component of employee management. In today’s environment, key issues include training employees in a struggling economy, increases in fraud incidents, management/union relationship strains, and the baby boomer exodus.