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Identify the strengths and weaknesses of your employees. A people audit helps you determine how well employees are performing, how happy they are, and how much potential they have for improvement.
The goal is to help the company improve its culture and employee engagement.
A people audit includes interviews with employees, managers, and other stakeholders. It also includes surveys that employees complete anonymously. The results of these interviews and surveys are compiled into a report that can be used by management to make decisions about how best to improve the company's employee culture and workplace environment.
Your people audit will include an analysis of the following:
To ensure our audits are completed effectively, we now have 6 phases for each of our projects:
Accurate data allows for better decision making. Plus, people are more likely to feel like they are being treated fairly when they receive accurate information about their performance and the performance of others.
We believe in creating a positive environment where you can feel comfortable asking questions and giving feedback as we work together to achieve your goals. Our experts have been handpicked based on their expertise in the field and their ability to work with clients. We also strive to be transparent about our processes so you know what you're getting into before you decide whether or not working with us is right for you.
We are here because we love what we do and want nothing more than for you to succeed!
You'll notice that some employees are more productive than others and some are more creative than others. Some are better at problem solving while others excel at customer service. People audits help you identify these differences so that you can make the most of each employee's skillset and talents.
The information you get depends on what type of people audit you're conducting: individual or group. In either case, you'll receive feedback about specific employees' performance as well as general recommendations for improving overall productivity within your organization.
A people audit involves collecting data from various sources and analyzing it so that it makes sense in terms of what's happening at your company today versus what needs improvement tomorrow. You'll want to look at things like employee turnover rates (both voluntary and involuntary), job satisfaction surveys, employee engagement scores, recruiting data such as number of applicants per position or number accepted per position.
Anyone who wants to get better at hiring and managing their employees! It's an essential tool for anyone who runs a business or works with other people professionally.
It's important that everyone who will be impacted by the results of the audit—including managers, supervisors, employees themselves—has input into its design and implementation.
You should hire an external consultant who has experience conducting these types of audits and can provide insight into what makes them different from other types of audits (like financial audits). Get a free consultation!