From 1 July 2021, the current superannuation rate of 9.5% will increase to 10%. This increase is a statutory increase and therefore compliance is mandatory. The rate of the superannuation guarantee is currently set to rise each year by 0.5% until it reaches 12%.
Organisations are finally bouncing back from the pandemic, with some experiencing more growth than ever before! However, this raises the question – how do we navigate a high growth environment in the new hybrid workplace?
To incentivise people to come back to the office voluntarily, companies must demonstrate to their employees what they were missing out on while working from home. It is absolutely essential for management to promote employee engagement and give their teams a wholesome working experience.
2020 sure brought a lot of changes! As such, you could expect some differences in this year’s Tax Return Lodgement too, especially if you received government stimulus payments! Among other things, you may want to keep in mind the following.
Onboarding is the first experience that new employees encounter when starting a new job. The first couple of days set the scene for the next couple of months to the new employee - the company culture, whether there are training and support provided to newcomers, clarity around systems in place and the overall management of the company. So what can we do to ensure a seamless process?
“We are what we repeatedly do” … We’ve all heard of the importance of creating good habits but what else can we draw from this statement? It’s important to reflect your why as a business - your purpose and the values that guide you.
As much as managers would like to be ‘the good guys’, some of the things they have to do will not be popular with the crew. Sometimes the business may be facing difficult challenges. It may be transforming into something very different at other times – however, change is fundamental to work.
Formalising employment relationships can seem daunting when we hear so many words thrown around such as “Modern Awards,” “Enterprise Agreements,’ and “National Employment Standards.” What is the difference?
What is copywriting? For those who haven’t come across this term, copywriting is the process of writing advertising promotional material. It will also help you get what you want across to the other party, help them understand you and make you an effective communicator.