As we head into the peak recruitment season, many people are looking for a change in the new year, and employers are looking to fill jobs for the year ahead. I want to make sure employers and employees know when a casual employment arrangement is really casual. If it is not casual, it is either fixed term temporary or permanent employment.
The weeks leading into Christmas can be difficult and strained.
Deadlines are a plenty, but time and patience are few.
So how do you and your team survive this mad time? How do you come back refreshed without the burden of unresolved issues or negative air waiting for your return?
We’ve come up with 5 tips to help you stay calm and carry on.
Instead of worrying about when an employee will leave, give them reasons to stay.
Take a read of our 5 tips on employee retention.
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We are so excited to show off our new branding. It is our 2nd birthday present to ourselves. The past two years have been about learning and… Read more “New look. New brand. Same people”
Finding it hard to hold onto people? It may not be them, it could be the job design. Check out how we made a difference for one of our clients by designing one job into two.
All four key aspects of workforcing planning summed up in one post
Your salary and wages budgets need to align with your workforce plan. Read to find out how and why.
Read about how workforce planning includes understanding the skills you have and need for the business of tomorrow.
Employee performance reviews are an opportunity to look back on what has been achieved and learnt. Read this post to understand how important it is to use reivew time to look forward and plan for the future.