HR AuditsPosted in : HR Updates ROI on 23 June 2022
As we know, there are over 50 pieces of employment legislation protecting employee rights in the workplace and the onus is on the employer to abide by the obligations set out in this legislation. With the many legislative updates that we have seen in last number of years, it is important to ensure that employers and managers are up to date with these obligations.
An effective way to ascertain if there are any issues with legal compliance is to have a HR Audit undertaken. The following are examples of legal obligations which can be assessed through a comprehensive audit:
Contracts of Employment
- Are your staff contracts up to date covering all relevant legislation?
- Are the contracts
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This article is correct at 23/06/2022
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