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HR Audit Checklists

HR Audit Checklists

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Your Challenge: Find the legal pitfalls in your current HR policies and practices… before an aggressive attorney or a Labor Department investigator does!

BLR’s Solution:  The step-by-step instruction manual that helps you review all your workplace procedures for potential lawsuits, fines, and other penalties, and make corrections fast.


You probably have dozens of HR policies and procedures covering everything from recruiting and hiring to termination and final paychecks. Problem is, new laws and regulations may have rendered many of them illegal – and you might never know. Covering over 160 policy areas, HR Audit Checklists leaves no stone unturned, showing you exactly where to look, what questions to ask, what decisions to make, and what changes to implement. All before someone else finds those problems for you.

Get quick and easy answers to policy, practice, and procedure questions—right at your fingertips. 

HR Audit Checklists provides step-by-step instruction and topic overviews to ensure your organization's policies and practices are safe and in compliance with employment laws. Included with your checklist are sample forms for employee evaluations, job analysis interviews, and more.

The newest version of this must-have desktop resource includes:

  • A new Time Off to Vote explanation and checklist
  • Suggested EEO policy language and more topics to avoid in interviews, including Social Security numbers, financial status, current employment status, and social media passwords
  • More explanatory information about how the EEOC treats criminal convictions and the issue of negligent hiring
  • Additional information on workers’ compensation and OSHA requirements, as well as the ADA and disability insurance
  • Expanded FMLA and medical leave checklists
  • An updated pregnancy and benefits leave checklist with FMLA information, as well as ADA and state accommodation references
  • New information on federal contractors and paid leave requirements

With this informative and recently updated HR resource, you’ll know where to look, what questions to ask, what decisions to make, and what changes to implement before someone else finds those problems for you.