Remote work

3 ways to create a memorable first day – remotely

Whether your workplace is remote or not, making a memorable first day for new employees is vital. But how? In this ever evolving digital landscape, there is a lot of noise and information out there about working from home (WFH). So we have culled it down to our top 3 tips for making a remote first day, memorable.

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eLearning

eLearning – Why it is important now more than ever

The job searching industry is unlike ever before. Virtual interviews, digital onboarding and eLearning are among some of the 3 ways technology is changing the industry. While some businesses have been implementing this for years, others have had to rapidly adjust their recruitment process in response to COVID-19. Whether you are a seasoned professional or a first time user - technology in recruitment can be extremely beneficial to your business. Through efficiency, branding and frictionless experiences, digitising your recruitment process can take your business to the next level.

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Digital onboarding

Benefits of Remote and Digital Onboarding During COVID-19

The term “business as usual” is being thrown around by a lot of businesses in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic. And while businesses are ensuring this is true from a customer perspective, it is definitely NOT the case internally.

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Payroll Scandal

Payroll Scandals – Underpaid Staff and how to ensure you are compliant

In recent times, there have been a bunch of successful Australian companies involved in payroll scandals. From tiny convenience stores, to massive supermarket chains, Australians are finding themselves being underpaid and it is recently coming to light.

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Flexible Work Arrangement

Flexible Work Arrangements – Making it work

Flexible working – one HR term that has the power to spark either fear or joy in the eye of the beholder. It is no secret that flexible working is taking off, with no signs of momentum slowing down in 2020.

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