The 5 types of the approaches are adopted for the purpose of the evaluation of the HR audit process.
1) Comparative approach
2) Statistical approach
3) Outside authority approach
4) Compliance approach
5) Management by objectives (MBO) approach
In this approach, auditor compares the organization with Competitor Company as the model. The results of the both organizations are compared and evaluated.
Steps involved in the process are
· Building team for the whole process
· Finding the most suitable organization for
· Collecting of data from both the organizations
· Analyzing data and interpretation of data.
· Creating a plan of action and working on the limitations identified.
In this type of approach, statistical measures of performance are developed based on the company’s existing information. The statistical information like employee turnover, absenteeism is maintained by the company used as the measure of the performance.
Outside Authority Approach:
In this kind of approach, a set of standards made by an outside consultant used as a benchmark for the comparing results with their own results.
In this approach, past actions of the company is reviewed by the auditors to determine to see those activities are in comply with the legal provisions of the company policies and procedures.
Management by objectives (MBO) Approach:
In this approach we create specific goals. Targets are fixed; performance is measured against these targets. The auditor’s team research and find the actual performance & compare with fixed objectives.
Irrespective of the approaches in the , other factors that influence are time, effort and staffs.