The mostly areas of personnel audit include forecasting, programming and scheduling to meet personnel and organisation needs. The personnel audit should discover much deeper, programmes, evaluating personnel policies, practices, philosophy and concepts comparing along with standards and having those of the personnel records of the said organisation and other organisations. Usually top management thinks of personnel audit only while serious crisis occurs as strikes, enhance the number and/or magnitude of grievances or conflicts, etc. This kind of audit is just similar post-mortem of the situation. But a usual programme of auditing helps the management to search some significant trends. The white-collar job has been changed no less. The worker of a modern corporation no longer pushes a paper from in-box to out-box. Rather, he have to coordinate with all of the constituents of the corporation (like customers, suppliers and even other employees), analyse, communicate and make crucial decisions-normally in that order.