Look for the Triggers to Determine “What Kind” of Human Resources (HR) Audit
When the HR leader decides that an HR audit is needed, the “triggers” for the audit are clues to the type of audit to conduct. Is the organization experiencing a lot of change as a result of acquisitions and questions are arising about how well equipped the HR staff is to help facilitate the change? Is there a concern that pregnant workers are being discouraged from taking intermittent time off before, or accommodation after, their pregnancy leave by their managers? Or, is there a high level of turnover and an inordinately long period associated with time-to-fill openings for some key positions?
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