Leadership & Management

1a) Human Resource Solutions

A1. Recruitment, Outsourcing, Selection and Placement

Human resources are a key component in a business, the need to have the right people, doing the right job, possessing the right skill set is a growing demand. As a result, Accurex comes in to fill this growing demand.

We source our staff from various fields both for short-term and long-term placements.

A2. Job Evaluations, Analysis, Grading and Benchmarking

This process determines the relative size and worth of each job. We get to examine the contents and requirements of jobs and measures these against a standard scale. This result in job grades, scores, levels or ratings whereby jobs can be compared with other jobs to determine their relative worth. We get to benchmark your organization against similar organizations in the same industry to ensure that your organization remains competitive at all times. 

A3. Payroll Management

From processing and disbursement of salaries and wages, to promoting compliance with all statutory regulations. We ensure timely and accurate remittances to respective individuals and governing bodies. 

A4. HR System and Process Audit

The need to have the right policies and procedures in place in order to promote smooth operations within an organization is key. We come in to formulate, review and implement these policies and procedures such as Human Resource Policy and Manual, Health and Safety Policy, Employee Contracts, Service Level Agreements, Terms of Reference and Standard Operating Procedures.

A5. Consultancy 

Have a dedicated consultant for your business, an in-house counsel to advice on matters of employees disputes, industrial disputes, interpret the law, share guidelines on how to address employee related issues, write employee letters and contracts. Our consultants come with a wealth of experience to guide you through all employee related matters from engagement to separation. 

1b) Occupational Health and Safety 

Occupational Health and Safety is the area of science and technology that deals with the identification and control of environmental and personal hazards in the workplace.

Occupational Health and Safety Management Program is an employer’s method for preventing injuries and illnesses to employees by; – Identifying hazards, Control or prevent hazards, Identify potential hazards and train employees.

Why we do this…

  • The Moral Justification: Protecting people is the right thing to do
  • The Compliance Justification: safety is required by law. The law is only a minimum standard. Putting policies and procedures in place, delivering training and documenting our efforts help us avoid liability, rather than prevent injuries.
  • The Business Justification: the cost of accidents is horrendous. Most organizations have no idea what accidents are costing them. The problem is that this information is usually kept by the financial department and filed neatly away.

What we offer

  • Health and Safety Audit and Training
  • First Aid Audit and Training
  • Fire Safety and Prevention Audit and Training

1c) Quality and Social Audits

Our audit team carry out systematic quality checks to our client’s organizations. Quality and Social audits are an important part of the organization’s quality management system, based on global quality systems.

  • Internal Audit

Internal audit helps your organization achieve its objectives. It is concerned with evaluating and improving the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes in an organization. To do this, internal auditors work with management to systematically review systems and operations. These reviews (audits) are aimed at identifying how well risks are managed including whether the right processes are in place, and whether agreed procedures are being adhered to. Audits can also identify areas where efficiencies or innovations might be made. Internal audits are organized under an ongoing program of review and advisory activity this is based on the strategic needs of an organization. 

  • Documentation

Internal control documentation can take various forms, including flowcharts, policy and procedure manuals, and narrative descriptions. Depending on the nature of the organization, control documentation may range from generic guidelines to detailed written policies and procedures.

  • Policy and Procedure Manuals 

Policy and procedure manuals establish a systematic framework and sound guidelines for the specific processes and activities of an organization, facilitating effective implementation of business strategy on both a strategic and operational level. Manuals typically incorporate relevant internal controls in writing as a means of adequately managing organizational risks. Through policy and procedure manuals, organizations communicate their philosophy on managing specific processes, ensuring alignment with organizational goals as well as with performance improvement objectives.