Because good corporate culture is tightly linked to employee enthusiasm and productivity, it is an important consideration for every business owner and manager to foster and maintain.This article explores the what corporate culture is, the benefits or good corporate culture for business and employees, and how to achieve it.
Ben Haycroft, Director and Workplace Liaison.
It’s not hard to strike up a conversation with Ben if you like anything to do with pop culture, fishing, travelling and food. In fact, you could talk about almost anything with Ben… he loves a good chat and his favourite part of working at Workplace Central is meeting with new clients and solving problems.
With a background in OHS, Ben enjoys working with clients to create simple solutions that suit workplace needs.
When he’s in the office, Ben sits on a fit ball at his desk, listening to an old Abba vinyl record, planning his next on-site client visit.
On 31st May the Fair Work Commission announced the annual wage increase.
June 30 is creeping up and for some this can mean a stressful time with mountains of paperwork and sometimes-unexpected bills. It doesn’t have to be a dreaded time of year if you prepare yourself and get organised… while you can’t ignore your tax time responsibilities, you can get through it with a big breath, a strong cup of coffee and some handy tips.
With winter well and truly upon us we can expect the delicious smells of last night’s winter warmers filling lunch rooms across the country, plenty of hot chocolates consumed throughout the day and the classic winter wardrobe essentials being donned.
“Given the right environment, a strong team can make anything happen.”
Work-life balance is an ever-popular topic as more individuals seek a more flexible and fulfilling lifestyle. For employers, it is not only important to understand the needs and desires of staff members, but also how supporting a flexible working arrangement can benefit your business’ productivity and profitability.
Small business could be considered the backbone of the Queensland business sector, and in recognition not only for the economic contribution but also the passion, determination and employment opportunities they bring, small businesses are being congratulated and supported by the 2016 Queensland Small Business Week celebrations.
Many of us fall into the trap with our health and wellness, of it won’t happen to me! That only happens to other people…we’re too young, too fit, too busy to think about it! Yet it does happen… an unforeseen accident occurs, causing injury which affects your ability to do your job. This month’s case study, focuses on Emma Bogard, employed as a Personal Support Worker, who can relate to this false sense of security.
Are you aware of which businesses may only open their doors after 1pm?