Your Rights As An Auditor

As a citizen in the country we all have the right to good education, right to fulfil our basic needs, right to live, right to speak and right to stay peaceful and not be judged upon the race or caste you belong to. People keep fighting about different rights every single day; some could be to get the equality among men and women, some would be to have better access to information, some to have more controlling powers over their duties, some to get better benefits than to what they are already entitled into. However, rights are something that everyone seeks for as a moral and socially justice entitlement for who they are and what they do.

You may have seen the advertisements posted by the banking recruiters in Singapore or any recruiter in general would explain the kind of responsibilities that they have by taking up a particular profession. This is to inform them on the kind of obligations they have towards the role they will be choosing to play. If someone has a set of responsibilities to fulfil, this in turn grant them a set of rights that must be satisfied by the employer on the other end as well. This read will talk about the kind of rights an auditor will have to be offered in turn for the services they offer to a specific company.

Access and Explanations

Most of the company audit jobs  provide the privilege of being able to access any books, records, journals and financial statements of the company without any prior approval. They can not only go through these books but also request for explanations as to why certain figures and information look a particular way by the board and the other employees who are involved in the process of preparing them.

Meetings and Visits

When it comes to meetings, they can always attend the general or special meetings without any invitation as they have the right to attend these and get information. They could also visit the main or any sub branches of the company to go through any books or journals held at these several branches.

Question and Clarification

If they ever come across any doubtful areas in these reports or ambiguous numbers, they can always seek recruitment companies to question on these areas and clarify where necessary before proceeding with anything else.

These are some of the rights that an auditor gets entitled to by working in a specific company and the violation of any of these will only give them the right to seek redress.