ABOUT THE HUMAN RESOURCES AUDIT
The HR Health Check includes meetings with key people, a review of your employment-related practices and documentation, and steps you through a series of strategic questions to understand your business goals and people capacity and capability requirements. The HR Health Check covers a wide range of HR topics to assess the current state of your HR management performance, business HR maturity and any limitations that may be affecting people performance. The output is a report with prioritised practical human resources recommendations.
THE HR HEALTH CHECK EXPERIENCE
The HR Audit is an assessment of your people capacity and capability to meet your business goals, as well as your HR practices, and the final outcome is a report of recommended actions.
|Workshop with Management Team||Review your Business Plan and HR documents|
|Step you through a diagnostic of questions covering the full range of HR areas||Develop & present a report of recommended HR prioritised actions|
TOPICS COVERED IN THE HR HEALTH CHECK
Recruitment, Selection & Induction, Position Descriptions, Employee Contracts & Induction, Remuneration & Benefits, Employee Benefits
Code of Conduct, Team Values & Behaviours, Organisational Culture, Work Health & Safety, Performance Management, Learning & Development, Employee Wellness, Talent Management
Leave, Employee Payroll, Org Processes & Systems, HR Business Planning
CEOs of the best places to work are not more hardworking, smarter or experienced.
Being the CEO of an amazing team of highly productive employees is not achieved through performance reviews, policies and procedures. It’s got everything to do with six leadership and human resources strategies that make your workplace culture thrive. The six strategies taken by the best workplaces are:
If you talk to enough people you will hear about workplaces in every industry applying this method to jump ahead of
their competitors. It doesn’t take years, it doesn’t take luck and it doesn’t take (more) hard work. It’s about having a purpose
and prioritising the things that matter most.