KEEPING YOU INFORMED
Some Thoughts from the World of HR
Introducing Katherine Craig, who recently joined us as our new Senior Learning & Development Consultant to deliver training and coaching services for our clients.
This month’s top HR team story! Monica Bakich has joined our growing business as a Senior HR Consultant. Monica has been working in HR for more than 15 years with experience that spans the fields of education, technology, and government.
The start of each year is a time for many of us to set New Year’s Resolutions for ourselves and our businesses. We are ready and willing to do what it takes to create a better us or company. But as the weeks creep by, things might slip and suddenly we are back in our old patterns again.
We are immensely proud to share that Impact HR is the Winner of the Professional Services category in the Local Business Awards Northern Beaches 2020! Our win is an important celebration of the hard work our HR professionals have put in over the years and of our dedication to the Northern Beaches community. We want to especially thank everyone who has voted for us during the last few months.
For many small business owners and managers, the idea of workforce planning conjures up images of complex matrixes of roles, skills and future projects models and they think I’m about to make managing a team into something out of an episode of “the Office”.
Merry Christmas from Impact HR. Thank you for being a part of the Impact HR family in 2020. We couldn’t have done it without our wonderful clients and their teams.
Impact HR designed specific processes for a “best practice HR system” consolidating team management and contracts with industry-specific legally compliant documents. The solution is transforming the way early learning service providers implement employment law and…
One reason why White Ribbon Day on 20th November resonates with so many organisations is that whether we know it or not, a woman you know has experienced violence. How can I say that with confidence?
On Wednesday 11th November, we commemorate the lives of those lost during war. The date is significant as at 11am on 11 November 1918, there was a cease fire to allow the Germans and the Allied Troops to negotiate a peace settlement which brought an end to World War I after four years of fighting and millions of deaths. Since 1919, we have observed Remembrance Day to honour the sacrifices made by the soldiers who fought in all conflicts. We offer some suggestions on how you can remember this sombre occasion in your workplace.
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