The success of your business relies on the skill of your people. Your top performers are the ones who make your company hum. Not only are they exceptionally capable and productive, they develop in-depth knowledge of your business, can fix things when they go wrong, and serve as examples to other employees.
Preparing for the Coming Wage Rises
All employers will be affected in some way by the coming rises to the minimum wage, not just those employing minimum wage workers. Planning and budgeting should be commencing now as there will be a knock-on effect for most NZ employees and employers.
10 reasons top performers leave their jobs
Staff retention is vital to your company's success. Good employees help drive and grow your business.
The perfect HR system for your business and staff management
Is MyHR right for your business? The experts – our clients! – have spoken.
Preparing for the end of trial periods.
If you use 90-day trial periods it might be time to start thinking about removing this practice from your business.
When to promote an Employee
A key factor in successful business ownership and management, at all sizes and in all industries, is managing your people well and ensuring that everyone’s career is progressing as expected/desired.
Can you talk about politics at work?
We’re almost at the end of one of the most closely fought and engaging elections in New Zealand for a long time. Sadly, we are still suffering from low voter registration in some key demographics, which is a problem faced by many democracies.
Popularity and Leadership
Andrew Little resigned after poor results in the pre-election polls. Can business leaders learn anything from leadership churn within political parties?
How bad management and poor culture can ruin your business's reputation
Over the last few weeks 3 major employment issues have resulted in reputation damage and significant, unnecessary cost to 3 well-known organisations: Todd Barclay and the National Party. Matt McCarten and the Labour Party. Travis Kalanick and Uber.
10 ways to develop and maintain a strong company culture
While the term culture might be easy to define in nice words, it can be much harder to grab hold of in daily business. It can fall into the space of “fluffy HR” and can be easily ignored or forgotten when times get tough.
Payroll partner FlexiTime
We are excited to announce our new integration with one of New Zealand’s best payroll software providers - FlexiTime.