How Fit is Your HR?

You may have made a new year’s resolution to get in shape—and even if you didn’t, this is a great time of year to think about your fitness goals and how you can make that part of your health plan for 2020.

But have you thought about how fit your organization is when it comes to Human Resources?

Take KMA’s quick evaluation below to check your HR fitness level. Once you’ve got your results, keep in mind, your personnel trainers at KMA are ready to help with a more complete and customized evaluation.

KMA HR Fitness Evaluation

#1 Are you able to fill open positions quickly and easily?

#2 Have you conducted a compensation review in the last year or two?

#3 Do you obtain and provide regular employee feedback?

#4 Do you have low turnover?

#5 Do you have up-to-date job descriptions for most or all of your employees?

#6 Do you have an employee handbook that was updated in the last year or two?

#7 Are you up-to-date on all the latest requirements in federal, state and local employment laws and regulations?

#8 Do you know what records you should be keeping for employees and how to maintain them?

#9 Are all of your employment posters and notices current and complete?

#10 Do you know if your employees are correctly classified as “Exempt” or “Non-Exempt” under the Fair Labor Standards Act?

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Your Number of YES Answers:

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What Your Results Mean

Total “Yes” Answers:

8 to 10: You are pretty fit, but could use some new HR exercises.

5 to 7: Your HR routine is regular, but you need to round out you workout in all areas to achieve true fitness.

Under 5: You need a personnel trainer now!

Contact KMA

Contact KMA to schedule an HR evaluation with a trained professional and get started on a new level of HR fitness!

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