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Human Resources Compliance

It has become increasingly more difficult and time consuming for CEO's, business owners and managers to stay on top of all the changes to Federal and State employment laws that result in increased liability and obligations for employers of all sizes.

The HR Compliance Assessment is a comprehensive review of HR policies, procedures and practices to assess compliance and minimize exposure to employment litigation. The HR Compliance Assessment involves identifying HR compliance issues and working with you to find solutions to problems before they become unmanageable or lead to litigation. This process is a great opportunity to assess what practices are being done correctly, as well as how things might be done differently, more efficiently or at a reduced cost.

The deliverable is a detailed report of findings to include an assessment of your current situation, what the standard is, guidance on steps to HR compliance, best practice recommendations and a risk ranking (low, medium, high) of each of the categories below. Our assessment team will meet with you and your team to review the report, discuss areas of concern and assist you in coming up with a plan to bring your organization into HR compliance.

HR Compliance Assessment includes a review of HR policies and practices in the following areas:

  • Hiring and Pre-Employment
  • Employment
  • Wage and Hour and FLSA Exemption Status
  • Legally Mandated Postings, Handouts and Record Keeping
  • Personnel Files
Compliance Assessment
  • Policies and Procedures
  • Compensation and Benefits
  • Leaves of Absence
  • Workplace Safety
  • Training
  • Employee Performance Management
  • Termination
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