An HR audit involves an objective look at the company’s HR policies, practices, procedures and strategies to protect the company, establish best practices and identify opportunities for improvement. An objective review of the company’s “current state” can help you evaluate whether specific practice areas are adequate, legal and/or effective. The results can provide decision-makers with the information necessary to decide what areas need improvement.
An HR audit can be structured to be either comprehensive or specifically focused. There are several types of audits, and each is designed to accomplish different objectives. Some of the more common types are:
Compliance: Focuses on how well the company is complying with policy-procedures, present international and local laws and regulations.
Best Practices: Helps the organization maintain or improve a competitive advantage by comparing its practices with those of companies identified as having exceptional HR practices.
Strategic: Focuses on the strengths and weaknesses of systems and processes to determine whether they align with the HR department’s and/or the company’s strategic plan.
Function-Specific: Focuses on a specific area in the HR function (e.g., payroll, performance management, records retention, etc.).
This workshop will help participants to be conversant in every area of HR Audit Preparation and Conduction.
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