KEEPING YOU INFORMED
Some Thoughts from the World of HR
Tips for running effective online meetings that are efficient, organised and have deliverable outcomes.
KEEPING UP TO DATE Happy New HR Year! 1 July 2021 Every year the 1st of July brings around workplace changes, a minimum wage increase and a couple more changes for good measure. Here’s a quick check-list of the changes to ensure your business doesn’t miss out; Minimum...
Understanding the recent Fair Work Commission announcement regarding its decision to increase the minimum wage by 2.5%, effective July 1, 2021.
If you often feel exhausted with nothing “left in the tank” at the end of the day, you may be suffering from burnout. While stress is a natural part of life, excessive stress over a sustained period of time can lead to burnout.
For every business, people are its greatest asset. Engaged, productive, and collaborative employees will help you reach and often exceed, your business goals. Developing a high-performance team will ensure the long-term success of your business, with better results....
Introducing Katherine Craig, who recently joined us as our new Senior Learning & Development Consultant to deliver training and coaching services for our clients.
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”.
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