Heather Shockey, Director, Outsourced Consulting Services
Typically, when those in HR hear the word “audit,” they consider running in the other direction. But, when it comes to auditing, it all depends on who is doing the review, and what type of audit they are doing. There are many valuable lessons that can come from a planned audit that can save you both time and money.
Why conduct an audit? Here are three reasons:
1. An I-9 audit can make sure your I-9 forms are in compliance.
2. You can conduct an audit to determine how well your HR department is doing.
3. An audit can make your organization more efficient.
There are different types of HR audits, and if you need help figuring out what audit is best for your organization, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.