An HR audit is an objective assessment of the organization’s current HR policies and practices. Assessment results are used to create a roadmap with simple and effective driving directions to engage a workforce to target performance while addressing the complex, ever-changing landscape of federal, state and local laws and regulations related to employing people. Business owners and other decisions-makers gain a clear picture of:
|Up to full-time equivalent (FTE) of 14 employees||$950|
|Between 15 and 49 FTE employees||$1,850|
|Between 50 and 100 FTE employees||$2,450|
|Over 100 FTE employees||Contact for Pricing|
Prior to an on-site visit, initial company information will be gathered for review ahead of the on-site review or for access during the on-site audit process. The information needed is outlined in a list and includes items such as HR manuals, employee handbooks, benefits descriptions, copies of policies, and other key information.
The audit process includes a review of a sampling of confidential documents and completion of a comprehensive checklist addressing the remaining areas of HR compliance and best practice activities. We are committed not only to making this an efficient process, but to gathering the right information and doing so in a confidential and professional partnership with your team. Key areas include topics of:
The Executive Summary covers assessment findings including category scores, a detailed list of recommended action items, and suggested priorities based on the audit category’s degree of risk and/or opportunity to the company. The Executive Summary establishes the baseline for future audits and creates an opportunity to measure progress year-over-year.
A post-audit roadmap created through an interactive process with business owners and decision-makers to set priorities and timelines, provides focus and predictable success in addressing any findings and recommendations that are identified in an audit. This includes identifying action steps that can be accomplished with internal resources simply using the roadmap provided or seeking to leverage external resources where needed. A straight-forward, but effective roadmap ensures the best return on the audit investment.