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Why outsourcing your HR team and tech to the same company makes sense
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Why outsourcing your HR team and tech to the same company makes sense
By Isla Amin - 05 Feb 2021

A perfectly-balanced blend of expert people and cutting-edge technology makes managing all aspects of HR simple, from end-to-end.

Don’t get caught out by red tape in parental leave payments
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Don’t get caught out by red tape in parental leave payments
By Robert Minkus - 14 Dec 2020

If your company isn't registered with the government, you won't receive parental leave pay funds, but may still have to pay your employees. Find out how to avoid getting caught out.

Terminating employment: how to get the process right
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Terminating employment: how to get the process right
By Isla Amin - 24 Nov 2020

Navigating dismissals and the end of employment isn't easy, but preparing well and knowing your obligations can really help. We’ve pulled together some key information for employers.

Is in-house HR the best way for your business?
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Is in-house HR the best way for your business?
By Nick Stanley - 13 Nov 2020

Entrusting your company's HR functions to a dedicated outside partner has a lot of advantages over employing your own HR staff. Find out more.

How to keep remote workers healthy and happy
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How to keep remote workers healthy and happy
By Dean Matthews - 22 Oct 2020

Looking after your remote workers' wellbeing is key to ensuring they are motivated, connected, and productive. Find out the best ways to keep them healthy and happy.

Performance Improvement Plan
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Performance Improvement Plan
By Nick Stanley

When an employee isn't on the same track as your business, you need to take a proactive, structured approach to improving performance.

When to promote an employee
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When to promote an employee
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh - 09 Oct 2020

A key factor in successful business ownership and management, at all sizes and in all industries, is managing your people well and ensuring that everyone's career is progressing as expected/desired.

5 reasons why leave management is important
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5 reasons why leave management is important
24 Sep 2020

When it comes to managing and recording employee leave, it might be easy to take the "she'll be right" approach. But there are some really good reasons why you should diligently manage, track, and pay leave.

10 ways to develop and maintain a strong company culture
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10 ways to develop and maintain a strong company culture
By Jason Ennor - 10 Sep 2020

Our list of top tips on developing and managing a strong, healthy company culture. Find out more.

Performance Reviews
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Performance Reviews
By Jason Ennor

Good performance reviews work. This guide will ensure you get the most from your performance reviews and avoid common mistakes.

Restructuring to get rid of an employee
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Restructuring to get rid of an employee
By Nick Stanley - 11 Feb 2020

An employee who's continually underperforming, disruptive, or doesn't fit into the team or the company environment can be a major drag on a business. At some point, you'd probably rather get rid of the person and replace them with someone better.

Major change: getting the process right
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Major change: getting the process right
By Nick Stanley - 06 Dec 2019

Make major change, reorganise, or restructure your business, without opening yourself up to too much legal risk. Find out more.

Top tips for surviving the Christmas party season
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Top tips for surviving the Christmas party season
By Jason Ennor - 02 Dec 2019

Ahhh Christmas! For most people, the season of Santa is an exciting time. Summer is here, the year is coming to an end, and holidays are near. Then there's the work Xmas party. They are a thing of myth and legend.

Disciplinary process: everything Australian businesses need to know
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Disciplinary process: everything Australian businesses need to know
By Nick Stanley - 19 Nov 2019

The disciplinary process is a formal tool for managing and correcting unsatisfactory work performance, behaviour, or conduct. It helps employers work through issues with employees and to deal with problems before they become bigger.

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Effectively managing and resolving employee conflict
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Effectively managing and resolving employee conflict
By Nick Stanley - 13 Sep 2019

Conflict is all too common in Australian businesses. According to the 2016 Snapshot of the Australian Workplace, half of all workers surveyed had experienced one or more serious incidences of conflict or other negative impacts at work.

Managing employee issues before you need disciplinary
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Managing employee issues before you need disciplinary
By Nick Stanley - 29 Aug 2019

From the regular news reports of businesses having employee issues that need to be resolved by the Fair Work Commission and the Fair Work Ombudsman, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Australian employers have to deal with a lot of serious disciplinary problems.

Tips for dealing with problem employees
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Tips for dealing with problem employees
By Nick Stanley - 15 Aug 2019

Left unchecked, a problematic employee can do a lot of harm. Here are some tips for addressing disruptive behaviour and replacing it with more positive action.

Why outsourcing your HR team and tech to the same company makes sense
New
#blog
Why outsourcing your HR team and tech to the same company makes sense
By Isla Amin - 05 Feb 2021

A perfectly-balanced blend of expert people and cutting-edge technology makes managing all aspects of HR simple, from end-to-end.

Don’t get caught out by red tape in parental leave payments
New
#blog
Don’t get caught out by red tape in parental leave payments
By Robert Minkus - 14 Dec 2020

If your company isn't registered with the government, you won't receive parental leave pay funds, but may still have to pay your employees. Find out how to avoid getting caught out.

Terminating employment: how to get the process right
New
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Terminating employment: how to get the process right
By Isla Amin - 24 Nov 2020

Navigating dismissals and the end of employment isn't easy, but preparing well and knowing your obligations can really help. We’ve pulled together some key information for employers.

Is in-house HR the best way for your business?
New
#blog
Is in-house HR the best way for your business?
By Nick Stanley - 13 Nov 2020

Entrusting your company's HR functions to a dedicated outside partner has a lot of advantages over employing your own HR staff. Find out more.

How to keep remote workers healthy and happy
New
#blog
How to keep remote workers healthy and happy
By Dean Matthews - 22 Oct 2020

Looking after your remote workers' wellbeing is key to ensuring they are motivated, connected, and productive. Find out the best ways to keep them healthy and happy.

When to promote an employee
#blog
When to promote an employee
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh - 09 Oct 2020

A key factor in successful business ownership and management, at all sizes and in all industries, is managing your people well and ensuring that everyone's career is progressing as expected/desired.

5 reasons why leave management is important
#blog
5 reasons why leave management is important
24 Sep 2020

When it comes to managing and recording employee leave, it might be easy to take the "she'll be right" approach. But there are some really good reasons why you should diligently manage, track, and pay leave.

10 ways to develop and maintain a strong company culture
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10 ways to develop and maintain a strong company culture
By Jason Ennor - 10 Sep 2020

Our list of top tips on developing and managing a strong, healthy company culture. Find out more.

Restructuring to get rid of an employee
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Restructuring to get rid of an employee
By Nick Stanley - 11 Feb 2020

An employee who's continually underperforming, disruptive, or doesn't fit into the team or the company environment can be a major drag on a business. At some point, you'd probably rather get rid of the person and replace them with someone better.

Major change: getting the process right
#blog
Major change: getting the process right
By Nick Stanley - 06 Dec 2019

Make major change, reorganise, or restructure your business, without opening yourself up to too much legal risk. Find out more.

Top tips for surviving the Christmas party season
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Top tips for surviving the Christmas party season
By Jason Ennor - 02 Dec 2019

Ahhh Christmas! For most people, the season of Santa is an exciting time. Summer is here, the year is coming to an end, and holidays are near. Then there's the work Xmas party. They are a thing of myth and legend.

Disciplinary process: everything Australian businesses need to know
#blog
Disciplinary process: everything Australian businesses need to know
By Nick Stanley - 19 Nov 2019

The disciplinary process is a formal tool for managing and correcting unsatisfactory work performance, behaviour, or conduct. It helps employers work through issues with employees and to deal with problems before they become bigger.

Effectively managing and resolving employee conflict
#blog
Effectively managing and resolving employee conflict
By Nick Stanley - 13 Sep 2019

Conflict is all too common in Australian businesses. According to the 2016 Snapshot of the Australian Workplace, half of all workers surveyed had experienced one or more serious incidences of conflict or other negative impacts at work.

Managing employee issues before you need disciplinary
#blog
Managing employee issues before you need disciplinary
By Nick Stanley - 29 Aug 2019

From the regular news reports of businesses having employee issues that need to be resolved by the Fair Work Commission and the Fair Work Ombudsman, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Australian employers have to deal with a lot of serious disciplinary problems.

Tips for dealing with problem employees
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Tips for dealing with problem employees
By Nick Stanley - 15 Aug 2019

Left unchecked, a problematic employee can do a lot of harm. Here are some tips for addressing disruptive behaviour and replacing it with more positive action.

Handling an employee complaint about another employee
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Handling an employee complaint about another employee
By Nick Stanley - 11 Jul 2019

In any workplace, there will be some testy times between employees. Thankfully, many disagreements and disputes are minor and get resolved without management having to step in. Occasionally though, conflict between co-workers can lead to a complaint to a manager or boss.

Running an effective disciplinary process meeting
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Running an effective disciplinary process meeting
By Nick Stanley - 05 Jun 2019

Meeting with the employee is an essential step in the disciplinary process. It gives the person a fair opportunity to respond to any concerns about their behaviour or allegations of misconduct made against them.

Tips for building and maintaining good employee relationships
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Tips for building and maintaining good employee relationships
By Nick Stanley - 15 May 2019

By nature, workplaces are social environments; places where people join together to achieve goals that would be either impossible or too arduous for one person alone.

Performance Improvement Plan
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#guide
Performance Improvement Plan
By Nick Stanley

When an employee isn't on the same track as your business, you need to take a proactive, structured approach to improving performance.

Performance Reviews
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Performance Reviews
By Jason Ennor

Good performance reviews work. This guide will ensure you get the most from your performance reviews and avoid common mistakes.

How to Manage a Probationary Period Exit
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How to Manage a Probationary Period Exit
By Jason Ennor

Probationary periods can be a useful tool for employers, but they are not without challenges and risk.

How to Run a Counselling & Disciplinary Process
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How to Run a Counselling & Disciplinary Process
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh

So, you've decided one of your employee's behavior is unacceptable and you want to enter into a counselling and disciplinary process. This FREE IMPACT GUIDE covers every step you need to take and gives you a robust process map to follow.

Employment Contract Checklist
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Employment Contract Checklist
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh

A signed, written employment agreement for each employee is a must for every business in New Zealand. This impact guide features a handy check list to make sure you don't miss something you might regret.

Cashing out Annual Leave
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Cashing out Annual Leave
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh

Cashing out annual leave is only allowed in some very specific situations. This FREE impact guide covers everything you need to know.

Remuneration Reviews
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Remuneration Reviews
By Nick Stanley

Guidance and advice to help make pay increase decisions.

Writing a Job Description
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Writing a Job Description
By Jason Ennor

Trusty tips to get these right the first time.

Using Social Media for Effective Recruitment
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Using Social Media for Effective Recruitment
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh

A useful guide step-by-step guide for all employers on using this effective recruitment tool

CV Screening Guide
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CV Screening Guide
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh

Check out this free guide packed with tips to help you look out for lemons.

How to Restructure Your Business
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How to Restructure Your Business
By Jason Ennor

A step-by-step guide to help you make effective changes to your organisation.

Recruitment for Non-Experts
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Recruitment for Non-Experts
By Jason Ennor

Recruitment is one of the biggest challenges business owners and managers face.

Interview Questions
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Interview Questions
By Jason Ennor

While interviews are the most common way to find and recruit good people, they can also be very unreliable. To give youself a better chance of asking the questions worth asking, download this free guide.

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