At the beginning is the Human Resources Audit


Human Resources Audit

The Human Resources Audit is a comprehensive review of all personnel functions and practices. The audit identifies any shortcomings or exposures that your organization may have and helps establish priorities for corrective action, if necessary. In addition, the results of an audit often serve as a blueprint for a plan of action for the company's HR Director to follow and implement. Even when no corrective action is necessary, the audit will offer suggestions for process improvements in accordance with best practices.


Recruitment, Interviewing, Selection, Reference and Background Checks, New Hire Reporting and Exit Interviews

Regulatory Compliance

EEO1, Family Medical Leave Act, Vets-100, Americans with Disabilities Act, Safety, Workers' Compensation and I-9's

Employee Relations

Discipline/discharge, turnover, complaint procedures, coaching, career development, anti-discrimination/harassment, drug testing and training

Compensation Administration

Compensation philosophy, FLSA Compliance, overtime calculations, benchmarking, pay equity and performance reviews

Employee Development

Coaching and Training

General Administration

Record-keeping, personnel files, medical files, forms and job descriptions


Mandatory Federal and State posters displayed

Benefits Administration

Enrollments, communications, COBRA and Section 125

Handbook/Personal Policies

Review of the current handbook and recommendations for revisions, communication and interpretation, distribution, disclaimers and acknowledgement forms

EEO and Affirmative Action

Record-keeping and plan compliance