Intuitively, we know that culture drives performance. We can all identify businesses that have a 'good' culture and those that have a 'bad' culture - and this assessment is often based on single points of interaction with people from a business. i.e the behaviour of anyone/everyone in a business whom we deal with helps us to assess the culture of that business. But how accurate is this? The Fusion Culture Program has been developed by HR Coach Australasia to help Australasian businesses measure...
Smart businesses know that their people make or break success. Now more than ever!
Employees are always the lifeblood behind your brand your operations and ultimately your success however so many businesses fail to support guide and nurture these individuals to give them the opportunity to do their best work.
We’ve seen unprecedented change lately- fires, drought, COVID, restructures, redeployment and redundancies- and with change comes uncertainty, stress and frustrations that can impact our attitudes and behaviours in the workplace.
Many HR professionals and business advisors maintain that high levels of employee satisfaction are core to business success and performance. They live and breathe the mantra "happy employees drive business success" and encourage and direct managers and owners to "to make employees happier... and your business will succeed". The white paper around employee satisfaction is ideal if You are a business owner keen to maximise you business performance and profitability You are responsible for the...
There are a variety of reasons for considering extensive, ongoing homeworking but whether future homeworking is a by-product of the pandemic, or the culmination of a long-considered plan, there is three key thing businesses will need to take into consideration before taking the plunge
COVID-19 didn’t create a work from home challenges it accelerated the inevitable. Some people adapt well, others really struggle and me people just need help to adapt. At PK People Solutions with have heard a broad range of issues.
Australia's SME market (and every market!) has experienced a quarter that no one else has experienced before.
Coming off the back of two quarters dominated by the bushfires, the 4th quarter of the 2020 Financial Year saw nationwide lockdowns to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
The uncertainty of the timeline meant that many businesses looked to drastically reduce their overheads to simply stay afloat..