When an employee’s tenure with your business ends, it’s important to get it right in regard to dismissal, notice and final pay. Therefore, there are a number of things to consider with the final employee pay, your obligations, and how to make sure everyone gets what they’re owed.
Employee Engagement and causes at work. It’s good for the world; good for your employees; and good for your business
Work is a central part of life, and an important one. However, it isn’t your employees’ whole life. Whatever the reason, employees need to, and are indeed entitled to, take leave.
Quite often business culture is developed over time by employees doing what they think is right or even what they know is accepted.
However, often this is not what the employer intended.
Some roles within your business might be covered by a modern award and it is important to know what your obligations are for those awards.
Business growth is great! However, a larger client base and more work requires more resources. Attracting and onboarding quality people with the right skills and experience who will work effectively within your team takes time, consideration and good planning.
Every business needs a suite of Human Resources policies and procedures to support its day to day operations.
Human Resources, like many professional fields, is changing quickly now to meet dual needs. Innovation in changing the face of HR – to meet the needs of the next generation of employees, and also the needs of the business.
We all have different motivations when starting out in our own business, but spending more and more time on managing staff rather than attending new business meetings is probably not one of them. Do you therefore need some help with your human resources?
Planning to take some leave? What’s the key to a good holiday away from your small business? The answer. Be prepared.