Companies need to attract candidates. We are in a candidate-driven market – this is no doubt the 2022 corporate buzz sentence. With fewer workers and more job positions, potential employees have all the choices, and will choose carefully. Companies are struggling to entice candidates, and while they might be offering benefits and perks, they… Read more »
Australia has some of the world’s most generous policies regarding employee entitlements. While the length of annual leave might be shorter at a minimum of 20 days a year compared to other countries, the right to have unused days rolled over each year is a perk Australian workers have. For the most part, the leaves… Read more »
7 Ways An External Hr Audit Can Benefit Your Company The Human Resources (HR) department plays a key role in the running and protection of a company. They assist on all matters of employee relations while keeping businesses compliant. However, with HR professionals wearing many hats in their day-to-day operations, it can be difficult and… Read more »
Professional translation is vital for any company wanting to expand globally. Language is an essential part of human connection. Without reaching your target audience, you might as well be communicating with a wall. We’ve already seen how machine translation has tricked small and big companies alike, leading to some embarrassment and, at worst, causing grievous… Read more »
Hiring foreign talent in Australia isn’t easy. However, it might be necessary to help grow your business; whether it be requiring a trusted employee from your company to set up your entity in Australia, or requiring niche talent from overseas to satisfy your company’s needs. With stringent policies set out by the Australian government… Read more »
France is considered an employee’s paradise. With ample annual leave, union power, and strong worker protections, you might well be considering working in France. However, while the topic of living and working in Paris has never been so popular – thank you Netflix, one thing we all want to avoid is making an Emily in… Read more »
Employee onboarding is a stressful time for all involved. That’s why it’s crucial to have a plan in place to achieve onboarding goals without causing unnecessary burdens. While some may regard onboarding as a one-day incursion (this would instead be induction), the process is a lot longer. The consensus among HR professionals is that it… Read more »
With the pandemic seemingly behind us and Australia’s borders finally open again, now is no better time to come ‘down under’. With its booming economy and ever-growing business market, Australia has new projects and professional opportunities emerging by the day. But equally prone to change are the laws around employment and migration – a major… Read more »
The new financial year has arrived, bringing significant changes to Australian taxation & payroll. The first step in remaining compliant is understanding your business’ new payroll obligations. To help in this regard, we’ve examined the latest changes and summarised them for your convenience. Fast-track your research with this guide to the 2022 / 2023 financial year. … Read more »
A few weeks ago, Google agreed to pay $118 million (USD) settling a gender-discrimination case for 15,550 female workers. However, while monetary damages were paid, wrong-doing was not admitted. The case was brought to Google alleging systematic discrimination which involved: Female employees being paid less than their male counterparts Locking women into lower career tracks… Read more »
We know how difficult ending employment can be. Between managing emotional or disgruntled employees, as well as navigating the complex legal system, letting go of someone is no walk in the park. No need to go at it alone. We’re here.
Our HR advisors are highly trained in HR best practices and legislation to make ending employment go as smoothly as possible. Through a “human” and empathetic approach, we help you avoid costly legal action and disputes by selecting the right option and following the correct process.
Whether you’re ending employment due to redundancy, summary dismissal, performance management, or through negotiation of departure, we help you choose the right option.
Our Ending Employment service includes...
How does Ending Employment work?
Our specialised team of HR advisors will first assess the situation by examining
all necessary information specific to the employee. They will then draft all of
the required documentation to end employment as well as provide you with a final calculation of the employee’s pay. During the entire process, you will receive guidance and support to ensure that your business ends employment successfully.
So, whether you are a small company looking to grow, or a larger business looking to be more efficient, we have the solution to ensure your business thrives with more support and most importantly, less risk.