An HR audit proposal is a proposition forwarded by the HR department of a company whereby it seeks to check whether the company is following the organisation’s own rules, regulations and the state labour laws regarding recruitment, remuneration, job evaluation, performance appraisal, compensation, employee welfare, motivation, corporate strategies and so on. It is important to conduct HR audit because it helps the company to reach its objectives and also to study to effectiveness of the HR functions in a particular company.

Sample HR Audit Proposal:

Name of department: Human Resources Department

Name of company: Wyman and Bros Co

Address: 873 Rolling Road, New York

HR audit proposal prepared on: November 24, 2011

Proposal prepared by: Jack Marshall

Head of Human Resources Department

Wyman and Bros Co

Proposal submitted on: December 3, 2011

Proposal signed and approved by: Paul Jennings

Managing Director

Wyman and Bros Co

Proposal topic: Verifying compliance of legal and personal policies

Purpose: The purpose of this proposal is to review if all the rules and procedures regarding compliance of legal and company regulations are followed effectively or not

Details of HR Audit Proposal:

  • All departments of the company will be made aware of the rules and regulations and code of conduct to be followed through issue of workplace manuals and placing of compliance posters in the office
  • A survey will be conducted in every department to find out how much of these legal and official rules are actual followed
  • There will also be structured interview sessions with employees and department head

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