HR Onsite

How does HR Onsite work?

Step 1    Conduct an HR Audit
Step 2    Development of HR systems
Step 3    Development of WHS systems
Step 4    Teach you & your Managers how to apply these new and valuable HR & WHS tools in the
Step 5    Provide you and your key Managers with ongoing onsite & HR Help Desk support

In detail:

Step 1: The HR Onsite team will conduct a Human Resources Audit which is a comprehensive, independent and systematic review of your organisation's HR & WHS function to review current policies, procedures, documentation and systems to:

a.    Assess compliance with ever-changing employment rules and regulations.
b.    Identify needs for improvement and enhancement of the HR & WHS function.

By getting HR Onsite+ to conduct an HR Audit of your business, we will protect your business by:
•    Reviewing & reporting on compliance in relation to employment & WHS practices of the   
•    Revealing problem areas in the human resources function and provide recommendations and               suggestions for the remedy of these problems
•    Ensuring the effective utilisation of the organisation’s human resources
•    Instilling a sense of confidence in management and the human resources function
•    Maintaining and enhancing the organisation’s reputation in the community
•    Performing “due diligence” review for shareholders or potential investors/owners
•    Establishing a baseline for future improvement for the function
•    Ensuring that policies and procedures are fair and consistent across the organisation and         
     strengthen employee satisfaction. By maintaining a satisfied and productive workforce, an                       employer lessens the expense associated with costly turnover of staff

Because of the multitude of laws affecting each stage of the employment process, it is extremely important for an employer to regularly conduct an HR analysis of their policies and practices. This helps to identify regulatory compliance issues if they exist and avoids potentially costly fines and/or lawsuits, if otherwise ignored. An employer overlooking regulatory compliance with their human resource practices could face serious fines and penalties.

Step 2: Development of HR Systems, including:
•    Job descriptions
•    Performance appraisal and performance management processes 
•    HR Policies & Procedures
•    Employment contracts
•    Remuneration policy – including recognition & reward strategies

Step 3: Development of WHS systems, including:
•    WHS Policies & Procedures Manual
•    WHS Implementation Guide
•    Risk analysis process
•    Consultation processes
•    WHS staff training
•    Officers Due Diligence Duty compliance

Step 4: At the completion of the HR & WHS systems development phase, we will teach you & your Managers how to apply these new and valuable HR & WHS tools in your workplace.

Step 5: We will provide you and your key Managers with ongoing onsite & HR Help Desk support to ensure your business is always protected.

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