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This webinar covers an overall audit strategy and what areas should be reviewed, what laws need to be followed, and any "hot spots" that should be addressed. Responsibility lies heavily on Human Resources professionals to avoid any action or inaction which might present problems or be a liability for an organization. Therefore, we will cover the major areas where human resources should be especially vigilant in times of complex labor laws, changing environments and reorganization of the workforce.
The management of Human Resources is vital in contributing to the successful execution of a company's overall business plan. Human Capital is not only one of the largest expenses, but it is the major contributor to a company's success. We will discuss measurements and ratios that will be meaningful to both the Human Resources Department and the rest of the Executive Team in determining the optimum use of its human capital and related programs. We will give you a choice of metrics to select for your organization and show you how to use them.
We will take a proactive approach to determine what areas should be periodically reviewed and give you practical tools to execute this responsibility. It will cover what measurements can help your company assess its programs and strategies for their effectiveness. It will include a number of different metrics, formulas, and ratios to aid you in customizing a program tailored to your company, industry and specific needs.
The webinar should give you the knowledge of the important areas Human Resources should audit, ways to conduct an audit, how to measure the effectiveness of your organization's current programs and strategies and ways to direct or redirect resources to achieve desired results. Basically, we will cover what to audit, review, measure and assess for both the protection and advancement of your organization and its people.
Marna Hayden is founder and president of Hayden Resources Inc., a consulting firm that specializes in providing management and human resources services to small and mid-size businesses and nonprofits, and specialized services and training to larger organizations. She has thirty + years in the field of human resources and has held senior offices in the banking, retail, and service industries as well as serving as an adjunct faculty member at several colleges and universities. She is certified as a senior professional in human resources (SPHR) and SHRM-SCP.