Your people are your most valuable asset, and believe it or not, quite possibly your largest expense. Having said that, it’s crucial that you take a close look at how you manage your biggest assets on a day to day. The HR Audit is the quickest and most effective tool/process to identify what is working well in your HR functions and what opportunities exist for improvement.
The HR Audit looks at HR areas that are specific and matter most to your business, such as:
- Attracting and Selecting the Right Staff
- Onboarding and Orientation
- Compliance and Employment Law
- Policies, Processes and Procedures
- Training and Development
- Equity and Diversity
- Talent Management
- Ending the Employment Relationship
The HR Audit can be in-depth and have a comprehensive approach, or it can quickly target the most urgent HR areas of concern.
Are you in compliance with new Employment Standards effective January 1, 2018? HR policies will help you be in compliance and avoid fines starting at $1,000.
What is the End Result of your HR Audit?
Our audit process produces a full report that provides recommendations on:
- How to get your business on a positive path with an effective HR program that matches business goals
- Staying up to date on employment law and compliance policies, processes and procedures
- Actions to take to solve specific HR concerns and challenges
- Actions to take that will identify and seize HR opportunities
What is Catherine’s HR Audit approach?
Catherine listens to your concerns and draws on a variety of methods to determine your business needs.
The HR Audit provides an HR perspective of what is being done well and areas where improvements are needed.
Why do an HR Audit – What is the payoff to my business?
Your business will see ROI following an HR Audit by identifying HR practices that will provide the best and most positive impact to your business. The results will be improved productivity and performance, all the while reducing your risks to lawsuits related to employment and HR non-compliance. The HR Audit is the first step to improving your bottom line.