How to Conduct an HR Audit

Updated: Apr 3


There’s objective science and practice to guide how you structure and manage HR in your organization. This makes benchmarking your neighbors a risky proposition when you audit your HR strategy and practice.

Benchmarking stories provide false comfort even if they describe well-known companies and come from well respected sources. Among the risks are:

  • Lack of Science

  • Poor Strategic Fit

  • No Path to Implementation

  • Culture Fit

We believe that an accurate, practical HR audit requires science-based insights and practical guidance from experts who’ve personally implemented successful HR. Conduct an HR audit using science, simplicity and real experience. 


By Marc Effron, Talent Strategy Group

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