1.1) The Importance of HR records
1)To safety legal requirements.
Government departments’ e.g. Inland Revenue can demand information on how many people you employ, what they are paid, what they have been paid over a number of years and how many hours they have worked. Working time regulations and national minimum wage ACT each require specific records relating to hours of work and in the NMA pay details. HR should take all responsibilities to safe legal documents of organisations. All this legal requirements will help in future for company projects as well as take over companies’ records like new starters and leavers are legal records for company and that record has to maintain by HR.HR has to provide safety to all legal and official documents as they are useful in future procedures.
2)To provide the organisation with information to make decisions.
Knowledge and information are essential to good decision making for any organisation. For individuals access to accurate information is also essential. HR information has been slow to be highly developed in this area however it is becoming more readily available. As so many suppliers can supply similar packages the level of customer service has become the real differentiating factor. Clearly for shared services that includes the internal customer. Having essential information e.g. turnover detail can really help to identify problems or improvements. Documents which help organisation to take projects as per previous documented decisions. Documents...