Get Audit Ready: Handle Your K-12 Audit with Confidence
About This Resource
Imagine you open your inbox and find an email from a regulatory agency. They want to conduct an audit.
Would you feel confident that your school district could handle it?
If that email would make your heart skip a beat, you’re not alone. Many HR and payroll school district administrators would have
the same reaction. The complexity of school district employment and funding makes the idea of an audit daunting, to say the least.
In addition to complying with labor laws, the Family Medical Leave Act and the Affordable Care Act, school districts also manage complex budgets, grants and Title 1 activities that can come under scrutiny.
But with the right tools and internal processes, you can avoid some stress by preparing yourself should an audit occur. Download our guide to learn how to prepare your district for an employment or funding-related audit.
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