Human Resources Audits – Assessments
Few obligations are more important—or more challenging to small and medium-sized businesses than regular HR department audits. Every CEO objective is to avoid employment compliance claims that may lead to governmental agency inspections, with resulting regulatory violations, penalties and attorney fees.
Limited staff and complex, ever-changing regulations combine to create obstacles Human Resources departments must overcome to remain in compliance with the multiple and ever-changing California and federal laws and regulations.
Conducting an HR comprehensive audit-assessment of your business policies and procedures provides the information required to correct and mitigate your HR risk to avoid claims and penalties. A HR department assessment is a necessary process to protect your business from violations, penalties and employee claims. A business that remains unaware of potential HR compliance violations is bound for trouble.
What is an HR Compliance Audit
Our onsite Orange County HR assessments and compliance audits are conducted by senior level human resources generalists who audit over 100 items based on the California and Federal employment regulations, rules, laws, and acts.
- Employee Benefits
- Employee Compensation
- Employee Relations
- Employee Safety
- FLSA (Fair Labor Standards Act)
- Handbook & HR Policies
- Human Resources Compliance
- Leaves of Absences
- Payroll Practices
- Recruiting & Hiring Practices
- Termination Practices & Policy
When we conduct an Orange County HR assessment and compliance audit, we evaluate whether your internal HR compliance practices are adequate, legal, and compliant with California and federal regulations, identify shortfalls in the current HR regulatory compliance process, and recommend immediate changes to create effective policies that reduce your HR compliance risk.
Benefits of an EQHR Solutions internal Orange County HR assessment are:
- Feeling confident in the HR compliance processes that are in place
- Working with trusted HR professionals
- Quickly—within seven to ten hours—gaining access to recommendations for improvements on your current plan
- Handling any holes in your HR process that leave the company open to risk