HR Evaluation

Handling Employee Problems

Handling employee problems can be a monumental task, especially with growing governmental regulations, reporting requirements and a sensitive legal climate. Concerns such as sexual harassment, the American with Disabilities Act (ADA), workplace violence, and compliance with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), make this situation even more complex when you consider the risks of wrongful discharge suits, and discrimination charges.

Due to a multitude of federal and state laws, employers are faced with increasing exposure to liability. We help employers take affirmative steps to avoid liability. Once the government comes to your workplace and finds you in non-compliance it is too late.

Accurate evaluation of human resources is the key to successful personnel planning and management. Only with appropriate evaluation does it become possible to effectively recruit, promote, or rotate personnel. Evaluation is also a necessary preliminary to the successful planning and implementation of career development, human resources development, and other personnel education programs.

What is involved?

A consultant will be on-site for 4 or more hours depending on the size of your company. After the completion of the on-site visit, it will take a few days to prepare the final report which the consultant will review with you and produce their findings and recommendations. Below is a typical table of contents however they do change due to the size of the company and industry(s) involved.

Table of Contents
  1. Culture/Communication
  2. Human Resources
  3. Recruiting/Hiring/New Employees
  4. New Employee Orientation
  5. Employee Files
  6. Job Descriptions
  7. Employee Handbook
  8. Policy Manual
  9. Performance Appraisal Process
  10. Compensation
  11. Benefits
  12. Compliance
  13. Employee Activities
  14. Employee Theft And Sabotage
A comprehensive Human Resources Assessment form is of particular value when:
  • You consolidate, acquire or merge
  • You become the new Operating Officer
  • You are the new HR Director
  • Recruiting efforts are struggling
  • You have lost key employees
  • Stress or conflict levels are high
  • Regulatory compliance is a concern
  • You would like HR to become more of a strategic partner
  • You would like to establish a performance baseline for HR
  • Employee theft, violence or sabotage are concerns
  • Change initiatives are being implemented
HR Audit Can Help
  • Improve retention of key employees
  • Increase the effectiveness of recruitment
  • Implement appropriate employee theft, sabotage and violence abatement programs
  • Improve customer service (in part by improved employee morale)
  • Introduce change initiatives, successfully to add invaluable information to your strategic planning process
  • Increase your Return on Investment (ROI)