Undertaking an HR Compliance Audit ensures that your company policies and Employee Relations are up to legal guidance, standards and meets best practice.
An HR Compliance Audit will see an independent reviewer examine your existing documentation and policies. Once completed, you will get a list of recommended actions to make sure that you are compliant with HR practices.
What documents are reviewed during an HR Compliance Audit?
These are the main areas that will be reviewed during a compliance audit:
- Employee handbook
- HR practices, policies and procedures
- Hours of work and holidays
- Recruitment, references and probationary periods
- Grievance and disciplinary
- Dismissal and redundancy
- Equal opportunities
- Family rights
- Bullying and harassment
- Personnel files
- Employers’ Liability Insurance
What happens after an HR Compliance Audit?
After the compliance audit is complete, you will be given a report which highlights the main areas for attention and proposes corrective actions. You will also get the opportunity to discuss the best way Amica HR can help your business to rectify the problems identified.
Why should I get an HR Compliance Audit?
Conducting a compliance audit is important to make sure your HR policies, procedures and practices are compliant with the latest legislation so that you can protect your company. This will save you time and money, and ensure that your company’s reputation is safeguarded.
There are two types of audit that can be completed:
- Paper – where we review all your documentation/paper processes remotely from our office
- On-site – where we review all your documentation with the team members at your premises.
In both cases, recommended areas of improvement will be provided and help you to implement them.
How to book an HR Compliance Audit?
Please call us today on 01522 370190 to discuss your needs or use our contact form and we will respond immediately.