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Why your business needs an independent wage audit

When did your business last conduct an independent wage audit? The truth is, regular audits can help you avoid costly mistakes. In addition, an independent provider can give valuable confirmation about your payroll processes and personnel. Last week, legislation was passed in Queensland making it a criminal offence to knowingly underpay your staff. This means […]

COVID-19 & Employment Assistance Programs

LET’S TALK about Employment Assistance Programs (EAPs) – does your business use one? Unsurprisingly, EAP providers have seen an increase in demand this year. With the unique and challenging pressures of the pandemic encouraging more people to access supports. So, if you aren’t offering this benefit (and want to) or if you’re contemplating switching providers, […]

Managing your team remotely

Whether you have already been managing your team remotely or are staring down the barrel of it being a possibility, we have put together a quick checklist to help inspire productivity.   TECH-UP: Make sure everyone has access to what they need to do their job and be patient with navigating technical issues. If needed, […]

Job hunting & COVID-19

This year has been a tumultuous journey, especially on the job hunting front. While some industries have fared ok during COVID-19, others have struggled. Our resident recruitment expert, Joy has a few practical tips to consider if you are currently looking for work.   Use this time to think about what you might like to […]

Finding the *right* employer fit

So, you’ve made it to the interview round for a job. What steps do you take to ensure it’s the right fit for you? Here are our top tips. At this stage, you should already know what the job is. This is your opportunity to seek clarification. For example, if the role requires client visits, […]

Resumes and Referees

Who do you have listed as your referees on your resume? Do you ALWAYS ask beforehand or run with the *she’ll be right* attitude? The truth is, it pays to give this one some thought. Let us explain. Always ask a person before listing them as a referee. We receive negative references – more often […]