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HR Self-Assessment

By: Admin   |     November 18, 2015
Welcome! The Human Resources self- assessment focuses on the employee practices, policies, procedures and strategic intent that are the foundation of the operation and culture of any company. The purpose of an HR Self Audit is to:

  • Determine the current state of your HR practices, policies and procedures
  • Determine the risk (compliance, legal, personnel, productivity) any HR gaps might present
  • Establish a roadmap to close any gaps that could create business issues

The results obtained from this assessment can help:

  • Identify issues and/or gaps in HR practices
  • Prioritize the gaps for attention
  • Minimize lawsuits and/or regulatory violations
  • Identify opportunities to better deliver your required business results.

In summary, an HR assessment involves identifying issues and finding solutions to problems before they become unmanageable. It is an opportunity to assess what an organization is doing right, as well as how things might be done differently, more efficiently or at a reduced cost.

Based on the difficulty of this task, more and more companies are looking for an outside resource to conduct the audit and in turn develop a list of required and recommended changes. Thus, completing the following SELF ASSESSMENT will allow you to determine if you have sufficient HR support and expertise, have potential risk/compliance issues or if you need to seek additional resources to support and grow your business.

Process Score each area (being brutally honest) on a scale from 1 to 10, where:

  • 1 (High Risk/Poor Results/Not at All)
  • 5 (Average, but not helping build your business)
  • 10 (Strongly Agree/Best in Class, where others look for support and guidance)

Once your assessment is completed, you will be directed to a page that will tell you your score and provide a quick comparison to our benchmarked companies. On that page we will share some additional information and provide links to other support materials and resources.

You will also be able to reach out to a Group50 expert to schedule a free one hour consult if you choose to do so.



Be sure to click Submit Quiz to see your results!



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