Compliance, Audits and HR Health Checks
Want the peace of mind that your business has its risks appropriately mitigated?
We offer regular, scheduled and one-off compliance, auditing and health check services.
More than 95% of businesses we speak with have at least two HR practices that are non-compliant with Australian employment legislation or a Modern Award. This is a concern, as employer compliance, particularly relating to employee entitlements and contractor arrangements, has been a priority focus area for the Fair Work Ombudsman for over 3 years now.
Our compliance and auditing services assess existing systems, practices and documents, identify real and potential risks and provide guidance and solutions on how to address any concerns or issues we come across.
We can help you ensure any risks identified are properly mitigated, and help you get on track to improving your people-process-profit equation and meeting your employer compliance obligations.
If you’re looking to assess and improve your overall HR function, or part of it, we also offer comprehensive HR health check services. We’ll assess your current documents, practices, and processes against HR best practice, and guide you through how you could gain from improvement in any of those areas.
Make an enquiry today to learn more or book a compliance service with us.
General Audit Services
We offer professional HR audit services tailored specifically to your needs and budget.
We commonly work with business leaders and HR teams to audit the following areas,
usually on a quarterly, 6-monthly or annual basis.
We can also conduct one-off audits if required.
- Pay and entitlement compliance
- Flat rate and salary compliance
- Award and EA compliance
- HR best practice
- HR team capabilities and gaps
- And any other areas of concern or for improvement
- Our thorough assessment will identify any potential risks, and we’ll provide guidance on how to address them
- You will receive our detailed, obligation-free recommendations about how to improve in order to meet your compliance obligations and work towards achieving HR best practice.
Enquire today to book your audit.
HR Health Check
Our comprehensive HR Health Check is a compliance and HR best practice review (audit) of your current systems, practices and documents across 8 priority areas including:
- Pay and entitlements
- Employment contracts
- Recruitment, onboarding and induction
- Contractors and labour-hire
- Policies and procedures
- Training and professional development
- Injury management
- Record keeping
Our thorough assessment will identify any potential risks and we will provide guidance on how to address them.
You will receive our detailed, obligation-free recommendations about how to improve in order to meet your compliance obligations and work towards achieving HR best practice.
Why does my business need a HR Health Check or Audit?
Because business owners and managers are responsible for understanding and complying with Australia’s complex workplace relations laws if they employ workers within their operations.
In the eyes of the regulatory bodies, ignorance or misinterpretation of employment laws are not a valid excuse for non-compliance.
Our fee is a small price to pay when compared with the fines, disgruntled employees and reputational damage that come with getting it all wrong.
Plus, we’ll help you identify all the things you’re already doing well and any areas that could be further improved. Through our practical, personal approach, you’ll learn plenty of tips and tricks along the way too.
Let us help you get on track to improving your people-process-profit equation! Give us a call today or send us an enquiry.
Free HR Health Check Tool
Our free HR Health Check is a self-assessment tool designed to take a snapshot of your current business practices where each ‘No’ or ‘Unsure’ response represents a potential risk for your business.
This tool will help you understand if you’re on track and where you could improve.
Disclaimer: This self-assessment tool does not cover all areas of employer legal compliance and is not intended as legal advice.