The Mock Audits is a system of reviewing a company's affirmative action program (AAP) and its
impact on company policies and procedures to determine if they comply with the various EEO laws and
regulations governing employment actions. The system audits all three affirmative action programs;
ex Order 11246, and the Veterans & Disabled AAPS.
This service is designed to evaluate all employment actions, employment systems, and the policies
that impact on them. This audit generally has three phases: a desk audit, on-site and off-site analyses.
Each phase of the audit is a search for discrimination in any of its various forms. This audit is designed
to review all employment actions from recruitment through the employee's termination and benefits that
follow the employee into retirement.
Each employment action or policy is identified, and reviewed to determine if the company has:
Since the affirmative action program covers all EEO elements of employment, it becomes a tool
to evaluate the employer's performance under Title VII of the CRA of 1964, The ADA and other laws
order and guidelines issued by the government to protect employees from discrimination.
- Exposure, and if it does,
- Define the exposure,
- Determine if a control is in place,
- Test the control to see if it is effective,
- Suggest corrective action if required.
Employers use this audit for much the same purpose as the doctor who gives us our annual physical.
It is designed to review the overall EEO health of our employment systems, determine if there are
melodies in need of repair and, if there are, to assign remedies that correct problems before they
metastasize into serious, costly systemic problems. It is a good idea to give your employment
operations an annual physical. It can catch problems early enough to correct them and strengthen
the company overall EEO health.