HR Management Controls of Duty of Care

Duty of Care – Part VI

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This book complements the other five parts of Duty of Care (Governance and Operations Aspects, Principles and Methods, Plans and Policies of Duty of Care) and describes a number of HRM controls.
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John Kyriazoglou obtained a B.A. (Honours) from the University of Toronto, Canada, also earning a Scholastic award for Academic Excellence in Computer Science. John has worked in Canada, England, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Greece, Saudi Arabia and other countries for over 49 years, as a Senior IT manage

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This book complements the other five parts of Duty of Care (Governance and Operations Aspects, Principles and Methods, Plans and Policies of Duty of Care) and describes a number of human resource management controls (Job Responsibilities, Employee Handbook, etc.) that may be used to support better the implementation of management’s duty of care tasks.

About the author

John Kyriazoglou obtained a B.A. (Honours) from the University of Toronto, Canada, also earning a Scholastic award for Academic Excellence in Computer Science. John has worked in Canada, England, Greece and other countries for over 35 years, as a Senior IT manager, Managing Director, IT auditor and consultant, in a variety of clients and projects, in both the private and the public sectors. He has published several books and articles in professional publications, has served in numerous scientific committees and is a member of several professional and cultural associations.

He is currently the Editor-in-Chief for the Internal Controls Magazine (U.S.A.).

  1. Duty of Care Job Responsibilities
  2. Employee Handbook 
  3. Duty of Care Performance Measures and Compliance Indicators 
    1. ‘Duty of Care’ Governance 
    2. ‘Duty of Care’ Board Effectiveness 
    3. ‘Duty of Care’ Leadership 
    4. ‘Duty of Care’ Operations 
    5. ‘Duty of Care’ Human Aspects 
    6. ‘Duty of Care’ Trust and Confidence 
    7. ‘Duty of Care’ Improving Internal Management Controls