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Minimum Wage Increase FAQs

From 1 July, Australians will begin to experience an increase to the minimum wage. This increase will commence in a staggered approach, with essential services being the first group to benefit. It is estimated that one-quarter of the Australian workforce will benefit from this increase.  We know that it can be …
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This week, Parliament passed The Treasury Laws Amendment (Recovering Unpaid Superannuation) Bill 2019, providing employers with a their last chance to remit unpaid superannuation contributions penalty-free*. The bill is aimed at encouraging employers to “come forward and do the right thing by their employees”, according to IPA chief executive officer, Andrew …
HR automation 8 ways to see a return

What are the 8 Big Wins of HR Automation?

Do you find yourself spending hours on onboarding, compliance, sorting through piles of paperwork? What if I told you it didn’t have to be this way? That there was technology available to help you get this nonsense sorted – meaning you have more time on your hands to do the …
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Biggest Australian Payroll Scandals of 2019

When you think of HR in 2019, one of the first things that probably comes to mind is the number of payroll scandals. Almost weekly in 2019, we woke up to news of Australian businesses accused of underpaying their staff and not giving their employees what they’re entitled to – with some …
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Implementing an HRIS tool like Employment Hero is one of the easiest ways to improve business performance. Instead of wasting time on HR admin and letting bigger, more important things fall by the wayside, an HRIS can automate traditionally time-consuming tasks like leave management, onboarding, timesheets, managing employee files and …
Happy Financial New Year
It’s a new financial year. HAPPY NEW FINANCIAL YEAR EVERYONE 🎉  We know, we know… you’re still having EOFY nightmares, your brain has just about had enough of tax declarations, business budgets and expense claims.  But the beginning of the new financial year is an important time …
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The Ultimate Guide to Single Touch Payroll

By now you’ve probably heard about Single Touch Payroll (STP). Many of you have already hopped aboard the Automation Train, destination: Compliance. The ATO released a great article that breaks down exactly how STP works. Basically, it works by sending tax and super information from your payroll or accounting …
STP makes things easy
It’s almost been twelve months since Single Touch Payroll (STP) was introduced to businesses with more than twenty employees. While many payroll officers did report it required more work to set up, there have been some pretty big wins as a result: Payment summaries are going to be a …
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It’s been almost twelve months since the Australian Tax Office (ATO) introduced STP for businesses employing 20 people or more. On July 1, the ATO will expand STP to any businesses who employee more than 4 people, which according to the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman, will affect approximately another 2 …
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