It sounds like the name of a new Star Wars movie.
Except it's not. But it IS a webinar. All about SMEs managing your HR obligations when 'The Return to The Workplace" is imminent.
During this Covid-19 era, we've been coming across frequently occurring HR related questions and themes from our clients. And since we're
not the HR experts, we called for professional back up.
PRESENTER: Ana Adams, HR Consultant - TQ Solutions
Here's what Ana discusses:
Not just for young entrepreneurs, this webinar is designed for anyone who is within their first 2 years of a new business to ensure you've got the most important operational, legal and financial structures in place.
Taking time to ask yourself the big questions can be daunting and empowering at the same time. We tend to want it all, however, prioritising your goals and needs is a valuable step. Can you afford that renovation, holiday or early retirement?
Planning for life and its ups and downs is the first step.
With many of our business community made up of building companies, building suppliers and trades people, this is an issue bigger than ProBuild itself. The ripple effect of the demise of such a building giant will leave many of us asking the question ‘how secure is my business and my livelihood?’
LIVE Lunch & Learn Workshop
2 December // 12:30 - 2:00pm
In this webinar we will go through tax effective strategies that can achieve a net-benefit to your employees without costing you more.
The impact of Covid-19 and the associated lockdown has made it more important than ever to ensure, where possible, that you’re still getting paid.
There has been some confusion on what the minimum wage increase and superannuation increase means to small business employers.
Many investors become concerned when volatility occurs in global financial markets – particularly about the impact on their superannuation and other investments. In times like these, it is important to understand the causes of market movements and how to minimise your risk.
Prices on everyday essentials like food, petrol and medicine have increased significantly, impacting us all. Managing these price hikes is even more difficult when you’re living on a fixed income. We unpack how we got here and set out some things you can do to increase your buying power.