Conducting an HR Audit
This presentation focuses on practical tips for conducting an effective Human Resources audit, but it will also deepen your understanding of the substantive employment compliance areas where banks are most vulnerable, such as pay equity, FLSA overtime exemption, independent contractor misclassification and record retention rules.
A regular review of policies and practices can expose weaknesses, allowing you to remedy them before a crisis happens. This presentation focuses on practical tips for conducting an effective HR audit. It will also deepen your understanding of areas where banks are most vulnerable.
With frequent changes in employment regulation at both federal and state level, policies quickly become outdated. And with staff turnover, written procedures may not reflect actual practices in the workplace. A regular review of the bank’s policies and practices can expose compliance weaknesses, allowing you to remedy them before a crisis happens.
- Identifying the topics to cover in the audit: prioritizing risks
- A team approach: using internal and external help
- Document analysis: what to look for in policies, forms and records
- Using checklists to create an audit trail (examples included in the materials)
- Creating an action plan based on the audit report
This program is designed for community bankers charged with the human resource function, but will be of value to all bankers involved in managing employees as well as senior managers and bank counsel.
Marian Exall, co-founder of Employment Law Compliance, Inc. (ELC), practiced law with leading firms in Atlanta before becoming the Home Depot’s senior employment counsel, where she served until 1999. With ELC, Marian devotes herself to a preventive practice, concentrating on human resources policy and program development, training, compliance assessments and dispute resolution for community banks. She is a frequent speaker to bankers across the country, and writes on employment topics for publications. She is also certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources.
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