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Business Resources of Florida


Make the Workplace a Worth Place​​

Our diverse support services represent operations leadership for companies ranging in revenues from 5M to 85M, HR leadership in companies ranging from 50 team members to 2000 team members.  We are experienced in the public and private sectors, acquisitions and mergers, Chapter 11 Bankruptcies, and welcome any challenge or opportunity.

During all consulting assignments, partnership commitments or employer obligations, a comprehensive approach (business management, risk management, human resource management) was applied in order to achieve a successful outcome or expected result.
Identifying and developing an opportunity or defining an area of interest or improvement will require a comprehensive assessment or thorough evaluation.  Success is determined by establishing performance goals and expectations and then working collectively with team members to acheive them.  

Company growth via sustained profitability is not a challenge, but an awesome opportunity! 
We have the advantage of applying our HR accumen and HR expertise in order to best identify operation programs, processes or systems that require further attention and discussion.

The contribution that team members make, via their experiences, are valuable and lasting.

Performance Audit

Outline the Schedule

Plan how to conduct the performance audit by facilitating a thorough and timely analysis against a set of established criteria. This calls for a detailed outline of what to collect for consideration and how to review the selection. Include standards for determining scales of performance as well as milestones to measure progress along the way. The schedule contains meticulous timelines for examination and conclusion of the audit in order to navigate through the process more smoothly.

Examine the Data

Review program data, pertinent policies and procedures and other relevant documentation during the examination phase. Interview staff and supervisors for input on program systems and activities, getting their opinions on their effectiveness and inefficiencies. Examine any other significant information available. Collect and scrutinize all applicable records to obtain a summary of the workings of the program examined.

Report Findings

Report the conclusions drawn from the examination phase to highlight trouble spots that require attention. Submitting a preliminary report of findings previews the more in-depth evaluation given later in the final report. A statement of the results of the audit includes areas of deficiency that the audit team found lacking during its analysis. It also includes recommendations to revamp problem areas for better efficiency and effectiveness in the future.


Conduct a follow-up procedure to confirm the clear understanding of audit results. Assessing the adherence to recommendations and determine if those recommendations led to alterations of operations and procedures. Self-reporting of staff and supervisors of the affected area can validate findings, or the audit team can make a return visit to assess the situation depending on the circumstances and the seriousness of the deficiencies. Following up regarding problem areas will provide subsequent feedback to benefit audit outcomes.