HR audits are conducted to ensure compliance with constantly changing federal and state employment regulations. They help spot areas for improvement and stop trouble before it happens. It is imperative that HR conduct a full-scale audit every time the organization goes through a significant change such as attrition or expansion— in addition to the yearly audit.
Conducting an HR audit can be a time-consuming endeavor due to the number of policies, forms and daily management areas covered. This web training will walk you through the steps of conducting the audit to help you not only gain a better understanding of applicable employment laws and regulations, but to give you a concrete plan for ensuring compliance with federal and state legal requirements, and ultimately avoid costly legal disputes or fines.
- Use the HR audit as a diagnostic tool to determine the efficiency of your internal processes
- Identify 'red flags' in your current practices and policies
- Avoid creating discrimination claims
- Legal pitfalls of hiring practices, harassment, wage and hour issues
- Use the HR audits to streamline processes and weed out improper practices
- Avoid costly litigation by fixing problems in the initial stage
- Review of most common HR problem areas that require legal compliance
- FMLA, anti-harassment, and employment-at-will policy draft corrections
- Avoiding creating discrimination claims
- Identifying red flags in your current practices and procedures
- Sample HR audit checklist
Who Will Benefit
- HR Department - all functional areas
- Employment attorneys
- Compliance officers
- Managers, supervisors
- Risk assessment professionals
You Also Receive
- Personal answers tailored to your questions and situations
- Convenience of attending from office, home or mobile device
Your Avant Expert
Melissa Fleischer is an employment law attorney with many years experience. She is President and Founder of HR Learning Center, LLC. Ms. Fleischer has successfully represented numerous clients in employment discrimination litigation. She has also provided in-house employment law and human resource training to many of her clients on various employment law topics such as FMLA, ADA, and labor relations. She is nationally recognized as an expert in her field.
This program has been pre-approved for 1.25 hour of General recertification credit hours through the HR Certification Institute. It is also valid for 1.25 PDCs for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.