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Examine your employee turnover, the number of grievance and disciplinary cases filed against the company, the levels of sick leave, overtime worked, and the number of Tribunal claims filed against the company – all of these can point to potential employee relations issues that could jeopardize the company's success.
HR Health Checks: SunBD’s HR Health Checks/Audits provide an expert and comprehensive review of current policies, procedures, practices, legislation compliance, and accepted best practice. The audit will identify and highlight the company's strengths and weaknesses, as well as what is missing or needs to be improved.
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The perceived weaknesses in the organization's HR environment, the type of audit chosen, and the available resources all play a role in determining what to audit. Keeping track of issues that arise but aren't addressed in the company's procedures or policies can help HR identify areas of risk that can be addressed during the annual review process (if they do not need to be addressed immediately).Organizations, on the other hand, are particularly vulnerable in certain areas. The majority of lawsuits stem from issues with hiring, performance management, discipline, or termination.
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HR leaders must engage in constant observation and continuous improvement of the organization's policies, procedures, and practices after the audit is completed so that the organization never stops improving. This will help the company gain and maintain a competitive advantage. One way to do this is to constantly monitor HR systems to ensure that they are up to date and that each one has built-in follow-up mechanisms.
One strategy is to appoint someone on staff (or an outside consultant) to keep track of legal developments in order to keep HR policies and practices up to date. Organizations should also keep track of audit findings and changes, turnover, complaints filed, hotline issues, and employee survey results to identify trends in employment-related issues. Identifying problematic issues, areas of growth, or areas of decline can aid in the future allocation of time, money, and preventive training resources.