What We Do
The first step in assessing the human resources posture of an organization is to conduct a thorough audit of all areas including the culture, hiring process, compensation practices, employee relations, safety and worker’s compensation, employee benefits, recordkeeping, etc. This is achieved using a detailed checklist without the cost of an on-site auditor or it can be done in conjunction with a staff member of HRB Consulting.
Once the checklist is completed, HRB Consulting will analyze each area to identify strengths and “soft spots”. Upon completion of the analysis, a full report is prepared explaining what should be done to eliminate those “soft spots”. The end result is a road map the client can use to achieve full compliance from a human resources perspective.
With agreement and through partnership with the client, we will play a significant role to eliminate the “soft spots” and provide solutions for achievement of full compliance with employment laws. Additionally, practices and policies will be improved to further align the human resources function with the organizations' goals and strategic direction.
HRB Consulting also provides on-going support in human resources and employee benefits functions. This may include consultation as HR issues arise, seeking advice regarding the implementation of new policies and procedures as well as employee benefits administration. Expertise is available in all areas of human resources management and employee benefits.
Employment laws are ever changing. Workplace lawsuits continue to rise. Fines for non-compliance can add up quickly and deplete hard earned profits. The average lawsuit settlement in 2017 was $160,000 before attorney fees; if you suffer through a jury trial when faced with litigation, it could cost millions of dollars.
The HR Assessment is the process of examining the organization’s HR policies, procedures, documentation and practices to reduce the risk of potential litigation, establish best practices, and identify opportunities for improvement. An objective review of the company’s “current state” can help evaluate whether specific areas are adequate, legal and effective.