F&H Solutions Group reviews employers’ human resources function to ensure compliance with the latest labor and employment laws and alignment with organizational goals.
In today’s competitive, litigious landscape, organizations cannot afford to forgo conducting an HR audit. HR audits can focus on staffing, regulatory compliance, cost savings, organizational objectives or other human resources issues. Human resources audits should be performed regularly to avoid costly legal disputes and government fines. These HR audits and HR assessments are particularly valuable after significant changes in an organization, such as a restructuring, an expansion or a reduction-in-force.
Our team of HR consultants has decades of HR experience and is an objective third party when reviewing an organization’s HR policies and practices to determine whether they are providing optimal support. Our comprehensive HR assessment and cost-benefit analysis of HR strategies is followed by recommendations for improvement and a prioritized plan for implementation. We serve clients of various sizes in different sectors.
F&H Solutions Group’s well-regarded human resources consultants will conduct an HR audit to:
- Assess whether your organization is in compliance with applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations, including the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements and provisions of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
- Compare your organization’s HR procedures and practices (e.g., benefits and compensation) with those of other successful organizations in the market to help assess competitiveness;
- Evaluate HR processes (e.g., recruitment, performance management, and severance) to make sure they support your organization’s business plan; and
- Focus on specific HR functions (e.g., employee handbooks and communications, training and leadership development, and succession planning) to make sure they support your organization’s short- and long-term goals.