HR (Skills) Audits
- How effective is the organization at maximizing the contribution of its human capital?
- How can the HR Function support the organization’s strategic initiatives?
- On account of Human Resources Management, what steps can be taken to bring an organization’s objectives within the reality of practicability and implementation?
- Capabilities Report
- Competency Dictionary/Library
- Critical & Core Skills Report
- Skills Gap Report
- Training Needs Report
- Individual Development Plans
- Workplace Skills Plan
On one side stands a Compliance Audit, often feared and resented for its policing-like nature. And many companies are willing to pay substantial amounts to be subjected to a process they fear!
We are champions of a Continuous Improvement Audit, which is a potent organizational tool aimed at building a stronger and an enabling institutional capacity. Our audits are therefore neither reactionary nor backward-looking; they are strategic tools! An HR Audit is a Continuous Improvement Audit and has tangible returns.
HR Auditing is a process that sets the stage for a traceable transformation in HR strategy and HR Interventions. It aligns HR systems and interventions to organizational objectives while focusing on the business needs of internal customers.
HR Auditing also reinforces the recognition that human capital has become the single most important determinant of competitiveness, productivity, sustainability and profitability, as well as a source of innovation and driver of business success. Therefore, having a clear understanding of the inventory of competencies in an organization is a key HR deliverable.How can we be of service to you?
Our Value Proposition
Robust HR Strategies are informed by insightful HR Audits, and should not only provide structure to the effective utilization of people, but an HR Strategy should also provide a platform to:
- Steer the entity to its desired position through organizational redesign;
- Plan for the entity’s current and future HR needs;
- Inspire and influence strategic change, with HR being the coordinating mechanism; and
- Create a robust intangible asset-base through reskilling, retraining and retaining key talent.
An insightful HR/Skills Audit will result in the following benefits:
- A clear indication of where and what to improve;
- A more informed and streamlined training and development strategy;
- A better defined recruitment strategy in which the most appropriate candidates are hired;
- Internal reorganization decision become easier with knowledge of current competency levels;
- Improved productivity attained through a better match between employees and roles;
- Development of a more instructive Workplace Skills Plan;
- Career path advice and succession planning are hugely improved as more about roles and individuals will be known.