This guide defines human resources risk and identifies the major HR processes and sub-processes which involve risks.
The important questions to consider for human risk management includes: are the right people, with the right skills, in the right place at the right time with the right motivation? Are staffing needs known in advance? Are acculturation processes in place? What is the unwanted turnover rate? Are people working on the right things? Is decision-making delegated to the proper level? What is the competition doing with their human resources? There should be experts involved for determining information requirements and key indicators to assess and manage human resources risk, analyzing company performance in terms of attracting and retaining the best employees, and providing an independent assessment of the company’s human resources policies and procedures.