HR Audit

The way we deliver HR tools and services will save you time, money, and the frustration that comes with HR complexities and manual processes.

Whether you’re growing your business, thinking of buying a business, or selling one, a Vantage Point HR Audit is your first line of defense to identify weaknesses within your organization.

Weaknesses can slow or hinder growth by subjecting you to legal trouble or unnecessary fines, and take your valuable time. When things go wrong, and you are unprepared, your reputation can become damaged too and create an indelible footprint on the web.

Preparing you for the road ahead will help you stay focused on the bottom line, and reduce distractions that are endemic to human resource management.

Does your current HR program reflect your high standards? Vantage Point will work with you to translate those standards into a framework for where you are now, and where you want to grow. We will be by your side as little or as much as needed, as you forge ahead with confidence.

We will explore four key areas in your audit:

  1. Identify organizational strengths
  2. Quantify organizational risks
  3. Define priority one and priority two opportunities
  4. Establish better HR practices for consideration

Vantage Point HR protects your business from unforeseen threats. We will help you quickly identify areas of non-compliance that leave your business vulnerable. We will work with you to instill practices that can shield you from liabilities and boost company performance. Request a free consultation.

The top 3 reasons our clients request HR Audits

HR Complexities

When any of the 100+ federal, state, local, and administrative requirements that apply to your business are combined with unpredictable people issues, missteps can lead to an explosion of workplace drama, followed by legal and financial consequences.

Lack of Knowledge

Don’t fall prey to a false sense of security. Phoning a friend, searching online, or memorizing legal facts is simply not enough. Your organization is unique. Knowing what practices to apply requires experience and knowledge.

Unpleasant Surprises

It’s all OK until it’s not. While you haven’t experienced any problems, and everyone gets along, it’s not a matter of “if” something happens, but “when” it happens. Client, vendor, and employee relations can get messy. Get ahead of the problems before they arise.

Buying or Selling a business

A prospective buyer of a business will be interested in how well the business performs financially, and the potential risks to the organization. Considering employees are your greatest asset, and largest potential liability, make certain your business is operating with impeccable policies, practices and procedures. Current operational guidelines can ensure a smooth transition for both employees and the new employer and demonstrate the value of your organization.

When you are selling, excellence in HR can place your miles ahead of your competition. Transparency can expedite a business sale too by giving financial institutions the confidence to extend loans. This effort can help you realize a higher profit for the sale of the business too! Book a Strategy Session today and find out how!