Why consider an HR audit? More than 50% of our audits uncover pay practices (exemption status, overtime calculations, rounding rules, and final pay practices) that can result in costly and damaging wage and hour claims. And, in most cases, our auditors find outdated and/or unnecessary employment law posters.
A proactive HR audit identifies areas of risk and provides the support and justification for resources needed to tackle your to-do list. HR audits gather the facts and set the stage for moving forward in a compliant and best practice fashion. Audits are useful tools, not a dreadful experience. We promise!
HR Audit Overview
MRA’s HR Audit pros are seasoned HR generalists. Each has 15+ years of experience running HR departments. Just like you, they know how hard it is to stay on top of every detail, and they know the risk and cost of non-compliance. An on-site audit includes:
- Interviews with key personnel
- A review of files and documents, including I-9's
- An assessment of current policies and procedures
The Audit Report
Following the audit, you’ll receive a comprehensive written report, which serves as a roadmap to make your department even more effective. The report includes:
- Findings and recommendations specific to your company
- Many ready-to-use sample forms and policies
- Articles and reference materials specifically related to the recommendations
If you’re looking to do a deep dive on one particular topic, MRA can do the heavy lifting for you! We’ve helped members of all sizes tackle a variety of issues like:
- I-9 Audits
- Recordkeeping Practices
- Dependent Eligibility Audits