KEEPING YOU INFORMED
Some Thoughts from the World of HR
This month’s top HR team story! Jasmine Ward has joined our growing business as a Senior HR Consultant, Jasmine has been working in HR for over 12 years having honed her skills within the Technology and Retail industries.
With many businesses closing office doors in light of Covid-19, you are probably working from home. The end of the financial year is fast approaching, and you might want to start looking into the items you can claim while working from home.
Currently thousands of the Australian work force are being thrown in to working from home. As much as working from home has its benefits, it can be a hard to make that shift especially if it wasn’t your choice.
Australia’S lowest paid workers will receive a 3.5 per cent pay increase. From July 1, the national minimum wage will increase by $24.30 per week to $719.20, or $18.93 an hour, the Fair Work Commission has ruled in its 2017-18 Annual Wage Review.
Whether you have a little performer, sporty one, creative type or nature lover, we have the kids covered with a range of fun activities to keep them (and you!) entertained these school holidays! Check out our favourite school holiday activities on the Northern Beaches and Sydney City below.
Every year about this time, the tax office announces its compliance hotspots for the year ahead. So what is on the ATO’s list this year? Well, essentially, it’s looking at two main areas: work-related expenses and claims by investment property owners.
KEEPING UP TO DATE Preventing Bullying at Work 5 June 2018 Workplace bullying is more than simply an interpersonal conflict—it can be a systemic problem that arises in the context of a poor workplace culture. It is best dealt with by...
As we approach the end of the financial year it presents a time to review our businesses operations and performance, reflect on what has worked in your business from a marketing and operational perspective, assess whether you have had a ‘good’ or ‘bad’ year and plan for the coming financial year.
Generation Y is taking over the workforce! Lead accordingly. It’s no secret that the business world is being taken over by millennials; in a few short years, they’ll make up 75 percent of the workforce. Which means that, as an employer, you’ll need to spend some time thinking about how to engage this tech-savvy group.
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