managing people, payroll & time

Some offices seek to determine issues with productivity through time tracking software, but sometimes time management is just the block preventing a successful project.Read more...

The Fair Work Act 2009 the defining set of rules dictating how all businesses in Australia can operate. Among its many provisions are regulations setting maximum limits on the number of hours someone can work per week. For both full-time and part-time employees, that’s 38 hours at the absolute most, unless otherwise negotiated in an averaging agreement.Read more...

Leave management can take up a significant amount of time and labour for human resources departments. It’s not because it’s a complicated process—it’s actually very simple. However, there is a protocol to follow to ensure employee satisfaction.Read more...

Let's say you have a great team in your company, but you've noticed a few inconsistencies in their work. Some are frequently late and you want them to use a new time tracking software. Others are not putting in all their effort. How do you get them to work harder? Utilising key performance indicators (KPI) is a method to measure and evaluate your team. KPI's develop company goals and get your team on track towards improvement. Some KPI's are easy to identify, such as tracking revenue, customer attainment, expenses, and so on. Other KPI's require creativity to measure, like staff engagement and satisfaction in the workplace. Read more...

You’ve worked hard to grow your business to the place it is now. And while you’re reaching great success already, there are always ways that a company can improve. A major player in any plan for continual growth and enhancement is a thorough examination of your staff rostering protocol.Read more...

Smart employers know that effective communication is necessary to retain employees, smooth out processes and even ensure safety in the workplace. Open channels of communication are essential to a healthy working environment where everyone understands each other and are comfortable talking through gaps in knowledge and asking for help.Read more...

For all of our working lives, it’s been expected of us to produce a resume when we apply for a new job. This has traditionally been the way that employers can compare prospective employees against each other based on their education, previous employment and areas of specialism. It’s long been understood that the candidate who went to the best college, with years of experience in the industry, would be the one who secured the role.Read more...

Time-tracking entails a multitude of benefits for both employer and employees – but if you’re making the switch to time-tracking from previously not, you may need to explain to your team why the new system is important and beneficial.Read more...

As an employer, you rely on your employees for a whole myriad of things—certainly not the least of which is keeping your business running smoothly! When employees begin to drop the ball, things can fall apart faster than you could possibly imagine. For many, this leaves employers at a loss as to what to do to get the organisation back on track.Read more...

A lot of organisations have incorporated something called flextime into their operations. The purpose of this is to help create a better work environment where employees have more freedom, and more gets done at the same time! It's always good to be flexible—so long as it creates better results for your company, right?Read more...

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08 April 2019
Some offices seek to determine issues with productivity through time tracking software, but sometimes time management is just the block preventing a successful project. Finding the balance between efficacy and efficiency is important, and time tracking can help with this. Understanding how to use this software... Read more...
11 March 2019
The Fair Work Act 2009 the defining set of rules dictating how all businesses in Australia can operate. Among its many provisions are regulations setting maximum limits on the number of hours someone can work per week. For both full-time and part-time employees, that’s 38 hours at the absolute most, unless... Read more...

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