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HR Audit-NMIMS Solved Assignments Dec-2016

HR Audit-NMIMS Solved Assignments Dec-2016

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Q1. Hide Technologies work and operate on human resource development framework which is integrative of Balanced Scorecard approach and it defines what business should focus on, with an aim to build critical organizational capabilities enabling business to achieve its goals. Discuss the process. (10 Marks)

 

Q2. An average of three in ten employees apply for a sick leave when not actually ill, with some giving unusual excuses like their dog having a nervous breakdown to they themselves suffering from a broken heart, a new survey says. As per the survey conducted by US-based human capital services provider Career builder, 30% of workers have called in sick when not actually ill in the past year. The sick days, legitimate or otherwise, also become more frequent around the winter holidays, with nearly one-third of employers reporting more employees call in sick during the holiday season, the survey found. At the same time, 29 per cent of employers have checked up on an employee to verify that the illness is legitimate, usually by requiring a doctor's note or calling the employee later in the day. 17 per cent of employers have fired employees for giving a fake excuse, Career builder said. The most unusual excuses given by the employees calling in sick included the employee's sobriety tool not allowing the car to start, the worker forgetting he had a job, his or her dog having a nervous breakdown and the employee's dead grandmother being exhumed for a police investigation. The survey was conducted across the US by research firm Harris Interactive on behalf of Career builder and covered nearly 2,500 human resource professionals and around 4,000 workers across industries and company sizes. The survey further found that 31 per cent of employers notice more number of leaves by employees for the reason sickness in winter holidays. December is the most popular month to call in sick, with 20 per cent saying their employees call in the most during that month. July is the next most popular month to skip out on work, followed by January and February, it said. The study said that next to actually being sick, the most common reasons employees call in sick are because "they just don't feel like going to work (34%), or because they felt like they needed to relax (29 %)." Others take the day off so they can make it to a doctor's appointment (22 %), catch up on sleep (16 %), or for a short and quick trip to accomplish a specific purpose, as to buy something, deliver a package, or convey a message, often for someone else.(15 %).

 

Conduct an audit to find out reasons for absenteeism from organisations perspective as well as employees perspective. (10 Marks)

 

Q3. Design a Human Resource Audit Questionnaire for examining

a. Performance management process (5 Marks)

b. Career Planning. (5 Marks)

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