Trüpp audits provide a roadmap for success

Take the guesswork out of continuous improvement

Employment in today’s fast-paced business landscape can be challenging. Whether you are concerned about attracting and retaining top talent, complying with ever-changing employment law, or just want to ensure your business is running at peak efficiency, getting a clear picture of where you are at and uncovering areas that need improvement is essential to maintaining competitive advantage. Audits from Trüpp have been tailored to address specific aspects of your HR program providing business leaders with a clear picture for progress.

Keeping up with frequently changing employment law can be overwhelming—with costly consequences for those that fall out of compliance. Trüpp’s compliance audits assess key policies and company records related to important regulatory topics such as FMLA, FLSA, ACA, EEO, and Wage & Hour to ensure that your organization is up-to-date and in compliance with the most recent federal, state, and local employment laws.

Audits from Trüpp enable organizations to get a clear view of their existing employment policies and provide valuable information about vulnerabilities, out-of-date policies, and inefficient practices. Our findings are focused through both an HR and business lens—highlighting areas that are most likely to reduce risk or increase organizational value.

Trüpp doesn’t stop at uncovering opportunities for growth. We provide best practices and clear direction to set your organization on the path to excellence. Findings inform continuous improvement efforts including organizational structure and process improvements, better system utilization, and practices that contribute to an elevated employee experience.

Types of audits available from Trüpp

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