The measures Qantas has taken to control the potential damage coronavirus may cause reveals important lessons for founders and business managers on how to lead in times of sudden change.
As an employer, public holidays and standardised working hours are symptomatic of a unionised past. But as we move towards more flexible arrangements, how should business owners seek to innovate?
A string of noteworthy Fair Work disputes have landed some of the country’s best-known brands in the headlines for all the wrong reasons recently. Here’s what you’ll want to avoid as an employer.
Let’s face it, HR means a lot of forms and paperwork. Thankfully most of us are moving to some form of document management technology that both supports a paperless system and is cloud based.
Politics aside, Australia Day means we have a public holiday fast approaching and that means making sure you’ve either planned for some downtime, or to pay a little extra to keep staff on. Here’s how to navigate penalty rates now and in future.
For a solution developed to solve the human resources-related headaches of an IT firm, you could expect that the team at HR Central are on top of their tech. But, as its CCO Cath Grawe tells us, there’s much more to it than that.
If you’re an employer, 2020 is the year you need to make sure you’re paying superannuation entitlements on time. Here’s how you can avoid an automatic notice from the ATO.
Instead of signing yourself up for guilt, why not spend this January getting to know yourself and work towards making business management changes that will have a lasting, positive impact?