As many of us continue to switch between on-site and remote working, we know it’s been hard for businesses to maintain pre-COVID culture. To help reignite that workplace buzz, we’ve put together a bundle to help you get back on track in 30 days.
If you find yourself in the position that you need to ask employees to take a leave of absence, unpaid, or an employee is wanting to stay at home to self isolate and they cannot work remotely, this template if for you.
You are able to reduce an employee’s contracted hours if they agree to do so. Even in time’s of extraordinary circumstance like COVID-19, you and your employee must reach an agreement regarding the reduction, and you’ll need to get that agreement in writing.
A remote work policy is an agreement that outlines when and how employees can work from locations other than the office. Ensure your organisation is covered by implementing a Remote Working Employee Agreement.
A Drug and Alcohol policy sets out your general approach and commitment together with the arrangements you have put in place for the consumption of or being inhibited by drugs and alcohol in your business.
Three downloadable interview checklists that include all the important things to remember before, during and after an interview. These checklists will help you make a great first impression as a business.
This handy bundle contains information to help you take your HR function to the next level. If you’re looking for worksheets, whitepapers and informative slides, this is for you! Ready to up your people management game?
With everything going on, it’s normal to feel unsure about what your obligations are as an employer. This is especially applicable to handing employees’ rights to leave and pay in these unsettling times.
Is your organisation taking advantage of the JobKeeper subsidy? Did you know it’s also extends your powers when it comes to stand downs, change of hours, change of work and change of location? Download this free template pack now.
You are able to reduce an employee’s pay if they agree to do so. Even in time’s of extraordinary circumstance like COVID-19, you and your employee must reach an agreement regarding the reduction, and you’ll need to get that agreement in writing.