HR and I-9 Audits
In today's competitive climate, organizations operate within the confines of a heavily regulated employment environment, which includes a myriad of complex employment laws and regulations. As much as HR is an increasingly strategic part of organizations, compliance is still a fundamental aspect of the job.
MRA Human Resource audits are an objective and comprehensive review of the members' HR policies, procedures and practices. An audit of the members’ current state will help identify whether specific practice areas or processes are adequate and compliant. The results obtained from the audit will identify gaps in HR practices, and the member can then prioritize these gaps in an effort to minimize risk.
Types of Audits
Types of Audits
MRA offers several types of audits, each of which can be structured to be either comprehensive or specifically focused within the constraints of the members priorities and budgets.
A proactive HR audit focuses on how well the organization is complying with current federal, state, and local laws and regulations. It includes a review of HR procedures such as interviewing and hiring, performance management, recordkeeping and employee relations and is broken down by five (5) sections;
- Recruitment and Selection
- Employment Activities
- Record Keeping
- Wage and Hour Requirements
- Leaves of Absence
At the conclusion of the audit process, the auditor will review the results with Leadership and produce a written report, an Executive Summary and a Dashboard, which will serves as your road map moving forward.
Increased scrutiny from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on whether your employees are authorized to work in the U.S. means that members need to be fully aware of the state of their I-9 compliance.
A proactive Form I-9 audit focuses on how well the organization is complying with Form I-9 requirements. MRA will review your Form I-9’s, which often uncover inadequate, missing or incomplete information and will then set the stage for moving forward in a compliant and best practice fashion and give you peace of mind to focus on running your business.
Mandatory Federal and State Law Posters
Employers are required to post all current labor laws to ensure employees have an understanding of their rights under state and federal laws. To avoid significant fines due to noncompliance, it is essential for an employer to stay up-to-date with required postings.
I wanted to let MRA know how pleased I am with the entire (HR audit) process, as well as the final work product. The auditor was highly efficient, extremely knowledgeable, and a very talented HR resource.
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