When they’re not “the one”: How to prevent, manage and terminate underperforming employees

Staff underperformance, whether it is due to personal issues, workplace conflict, change fatigue or being actively disengaged, can have significant repercussions on your bottom line, culture and overall performance.

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The 7 must-have policies to boost staff productivity and accountability

Have you ever wondered how much poor performance and productivity is costing your business? It can be an uncomfortable thought, can’t it? While your team can be your greatest asset, in some

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The Gig Economy – “Uber” factors to consider

Category : Articles, Employment Law

The gig economy has arguably revolutionised the labour market, allowing short-term contracts or freelance work as opposed to permanent jobs. It provides a platform for businesses to offer their services to their clients or customers via the engagement of short-term

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Can you terminate your contract for breach of a non-essential term?

Category : Articles, Employment Law

Breaches of contract occur on a regular basis in business, however there is still some confusion as to what a business can do to terminate a contract. It’s crucial that you’re aware of the

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Professionals must accept the “rough and smooth” of working outside the normal working hours

Category : Articles, Employment Law

There has been significant discussion around working outside normal business hours (9:00 am to 5:00 pm) and whether those extra hours should be paid as either overtime

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Breaking News – Lorna Jane found “not guilty”

Category : Articles, Employment Law

As 2018 commences, bullying has remained a major source of concern for small and large businesses alike. Employers have continued to become increasingly conscious of the impact and consequences of workplace bullying, this proving to be particularly so as social media increases accountability in the eyes of the public.

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