HR Audit and Compliance Review

Human Resources issues are pretty complex.

It seems that there are new or changing federal and state employment regulations every month!

Question:

So, as a business owner, how do you know if your HR function measures up?

The Answer:

Conduct a human resources audit or operational review. Conducting an HR audit, or operational review, as we like to call it, is the first step in discovering where your company is at risk and exactly how to fix it before it is too late.

Our Clients Say It Best

Dr-Calobrace-Calobrace-and-Mizuguchi-Integrity-HR-Testimonial“You may think you know HR, but it is not worth reinventing the wheel when you can partner with Integrity HR. Their team is action-oriented and always available to assist in a friendly and professional way.”

Dr. M. Bradley Calobrace
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Here are the top 3 things you need to know
about conducting an HR Audit with Integrity HR:

1. Size Doesn’t Matter.

Yes, we said it. There is no company too big or too small for an HR audit. We’ve worked with companies that don’t have any HR and don’t know where to start as well as companies with a whole HR department that want a full-scale independent review of how human resources is performing.

No matter the size of your business, it is important that Human Resources is aligned with the business strategy and the goals of the organization. Why? When HR is aligned with the organization’s goals, it results in predictable performance and a very productive business.

2. We Do The Heavy Lifting.

An HR Audit is an in-depth review of your human resource practices, procedures and policies. But don’t let that scare you. We promise to do the heavy lifting. We start the process by giving you a very detailed checklist to review before we come in. That way you know exactly what areas we’ll be diving into when we start the audit. Here are some of the areas we examine during the HR audit:

  • HR Strategy: “Are my HR people or is my HR process truly aligning over here with what I need it to do from a business standpoint?”
  • Recruitment: “What ways can I be more efficient and effective in attracting, developing, and retaining the best candidates for my business?”
  • Business Culture: “How can I take my employees to the next level?”
  • Legislative Compliance: “Am I doing everything I can to avoid expensive litigation?”
  • Safety & Risk Management: “Do I have everything posted that I need to?”
  • Compensation & Benefits: “Is my compensation & benefits package hindering or enhancing my employees’ performance?”
  • And more…

3. We Give You Solutions.

How frustrating would it be to have someone come in, tell you everything you are doing wrong and then leave? We would never do that! Our comprehensive, confidential audit of all your HR practices, procedures and policies will show you the areas you are strong and weak so that you can make your human resources function compliant and efficient. But we don’t stop there. At the end of the process, we give you a very detailed report that tells you exactly how to fix your human resources issues.

One last thing…

When you work with Integrity HR, you get the experience of a team of HR professionals. We’re also going to show you how to take human resources in your organization and make it productive, professional and efficient, so that you get measured results and alignment with your strategy.

Watch the video below and then contact us to learn more about how we can help you take your human resources function and make it compliant, efficient and aligned with your business strategy.

For a More In-Depth Explanation of the HR Audit Process and How It Can Help Your Organization Contact Integrity HR 502.753.0970