They say that a new financial year brings new opportunities, so we’ve jumped straight in and taken the opportunity to refine our service offering and present a new streamlined option for managing your HR and Payroll… welcome to the new People & Payroll Package!
Meet Tania, our incredible CFO who worked tirelessly to run EOFY for around 4500 people paid last FY. Over the last couple of weeks she’s been busy reconciling and closing off the last financial year and getting us all set up and ready for this year.
Results from a study conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) uncovered a number of hidden costs associated with in-house Payroll and HR functions and found overwhelming evidence that outsourcing these functions saves businesses considerable amounts of money and time.
Getting up to microwave your lunch and then eating it back at your desk is terrible for your productivity and for your body. To improve your workplace wellness you should aim to do these activities every day.
The Fair Work Commission has announced, under its 4 year modern award review, that casual workers will be given the right to convert to part time, or full time employment, under certain conditions.
Elizabeth is driven to build better and improved workplaces through collaborating with clients to achieve the best possible outcomes for all parties where possible.
Back in February it was announced that Sunday and Public Holiday rates for retail and hospitality award workers will be reduced following a ruling of the Fair Work Commission (FWC).
Each year The Fair Work Commission complete an annual wage review and on the 6th of June announced an increase to the minimum wage. The decision affects over 2.3 million employees in Australia who are reliant on minimum rates of pay and the changes will come into operation on 1 July 2017, along with recent weekend and holiday penalty rate updates.
“Always, always follow up, do not wait for responses…”
Throughout the course of our careers, we meet people who have a profound influence on us and how we approach work. Here’s some of the golden nuggets of wisdom our team said was the best career advice they’ve ever received.
Apprentice numbers, especially those in the construction industry, are way down – 45% since 2012 (recognised in the Queensland Government’s annual budget), with only 7800 people started a registered apprenticeship in the year to December 2016.