Organizational reliability management
Process / collection of actions performed to verify the credibility and integrity of the employee in the life cycle of the organization.
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Reliability management process in the organization
An organization is a human social framework, which operates in a controlled and coordinated manner, to achieve goals and to achieve clear and defined goals. Each organization operates under a large and varied composition of risks that affect it in real time or may affect its operational operations and / or business results and directly affect its economic and functional strength.
In most organizations, the human resource is considered to be the most valuable resource, beginning with its recruitment and training process and in view of its direct and indirect access to the organization's assets and information.
The human resource influences the continued existence and success of the organization.
Performing trust management in an organization is the result of the need to intentionally reduce employee damage. The process allows reducing and minimizing the potential for damage, and positively affects the perception of norms in the organization and their implementation.
A proper organizational culture connects employees to themselves, between employees and management, and between employees and the company.
This outline of enterprise trust management refers to three circles - prevention, control and deterrence.
Step one: Recruitment of the organization's management
Management has a decisive influence on the corporate culture of the company while implementing the code of ethics regarding integrity and reliability
Step two: Perform a risk survey
The Risk Survey is the central tool for determining organizational policy and allows to identify existing threats from the positions of employees in the organization.
The survey has two main objectives:
Detecting and identifying internal and external risks that may impair the organization's ongoing business and financial activities
Determine risk levels for all roles and test format according to the level of risk unique to each role
Step three: Determine policies and procedures
Based on the findings of the risk survey, the Company's management will be presented with a policy proposal that it should approve
At this stage, company policies and procedures are determined in the area of employment integrity, while defining the risk factors and their impact in the decision-making process.
Step Four: Perform Reliable Testing in the Organization
Performing reliable checks at work admissions, job vacancies, while working, and finishing a job
To realize the process, there are a wide range of tools that can be selected and tailored to address the needs of the organization specifically.
Step Five: Process Control
Effective control of the process based on the policy methodology. Validating the risk survey and examining the latest threat map