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12 ways to cut workforce costs & protect employees during COVID-19

Most Australian businesses have been affected by COVID-19, with Government regulations shifting all non-essential workers from the office to home. A widespread decline in revenue has forced leadership to go back to the drawing board and rethink their strategy for 2020. We have seen HR pressured to provide options to senior management, workforce cost being […]

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Understanding org.manager for SuccessFactors Org Charts

[Webinar] Have you been finding that the inbuilt org charts in SAP SuccessFactors don’t have the functionality you need? Watch our 30 minute webinar to take a virtual tour of the many features & benefits of org charting in SuccessFactors. Learn the difference between the SuccessFactors standard org charts and the extended functionality available in […]

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Scenario modelling: predicting outcomes of organisational change

There can be many drivers of organisational change. Internal and external forces are the contributors making these shifts natural and constant; reflective of an adaptive mechanism in response to transformative business changes. These changes are driven by competition, market opportunity or a byproduct of natural organisational progression. They are subtle and are not necessarily inter-related […]

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How the Bank of Queensland automates their org charts with Planning@Work

How can we create our org charts, faster? The Bank of Queensland’s tired old process for constructing org charts was too time-consuming to keep pace with the organisation. The HR team made the switch to Planning@Work to create their org charts quicker, have greater access to workplace analytics, and have improved visibility of the organisation. By doing so, the […]

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7 Steps to a Successful Restructure [2020 Update]

Being asked to plan a workforce change is an intimidating task. If the past has taught us anything, to remain competitive – organisations must be prepared to change and adapt. To help set you up for a successful workforce remodel, we have created a 7 step best practice guide.   The 7 steps: Step 1 […]

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Webinar- Hack your org charts with Planning@Work

Hack your restructures with Planning@Work in this webinar: Wednesday, the 24th of February at 12:00pm AEDT Take control of your organisation’s shape and direction by predicting the future using Planning@Work. What would you do if an executive member left? What would happen if you had to go through a major restructure? Hack your own brain with Planning@Work to have the […]

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WEBINAR: Create and update org charts automagically with Planning@Work

How long does it take you to create an org chart for one department? Now- how long would it take you to create an org chart for your entire organisation? If it takes longer than ‘no time at all’, this is the webinar for you. Join Grant Cumming, our warlock of org charts, and Megan Shields, […]

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Succession Planning is the most important module in org charting

Succession planning is the best tool to grow your employees and retain your top performers I’ve spent the last 18 months reading and writing about the latest thinking on HR. All my reading on HR always links back to the same points: It is going to become difficult to find great employees, and it is […]

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How wearables will revolutionise HR

By / October 8, 2015 / , , / 1 Comment

Wearable technology is one of the hottest trends in tech. Technology that fits on your person is going to revolutionise a myriad of industries, HR included. You need to get on the wearables movement now and figure out ways to incorporate the tech into your organisation. Ignoring wearables will make you look behind the times, putting you […]

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Bad data threatens to stop HR analytics dead in its tracks

By / September 24, 2015 / , , , / 4 Comments

The relevance of HR analytics is threatened if human resources professionals rely on bad data to make strategic decisions. People analytics is a new concept in the world of HR. You may need to familiarise yourself with how to read and interpret data – mostly how to sort the good from the bad. The emerging […]

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