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Data: There is more out there, but much more to come

Written by John McGill on August 28th, 2019.      0 comments


Written by John McGill on August, 27 2019.

This article was published in the September Issue of New Zealand Management Magazine.

There is a huge amount of data out there in the area of pay. The challenge is not only getting to grips with the better information but also understanding the less than accurate or irrelevant data. 
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Job evaluation: Methods to Pay Competitively

Written by Craig Cameron on August 27th, 2019.      0 comments


Written by Craig Cameron on August, 22 2019

This article was published on hcamag.com

Job evaluation is a systematic process by which roles within an organisation are sized according to common criteria. It helps companies ascertain a fair level of pay, and ensures employees are appropriately valued. Each role is compared to others, and the types of responsibilities they have to determine appropriate pay. Find out how, when and why companies should consider job evaluation.
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Could Business Succession be on the Horizon this Year?

Written by John McGill on August 16th, 2019.      0 comments


Written by John McGill on August 16, 2019

This article was recently published in NZ Management Magazine. To read it in its entirety CLICK HERE >
 
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The Changing Pay Landscape

Written by John McGill on August 14th, 2019.      0 comments


Written by John McGill on August 14, 2019

The topic of reward and remuneration has been a hot topic for a while in HR and the heat is only continuing to rise. With new legislation announced in NZ to increase the minimum wage, it’s raising questions for employers. In this exclusive feature, in conjunction with HR Media, we provide insights into how the changing pay landscape has potential wider effects on the workforce. Download your copy here.​
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5 Stages of the HR Life Cycle

Written by Evette Brink on August 6th, 2019.      0 comments


Written by Evette Brink on August 6, 2019
 

This article was recently published on hcamag.com READ HERE >

What does the human resources cycle involve, and how can organisations improve their approach to ensure employees have the best possible experience?

The human resources cycle is the employee journey within the organisation they work for. It begins from the moment they first encounter the organisation, and continues until the day they leave.

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Approaching a Gender Pay Audit

Written by Catherine Fitzsimons on July 30th, 2019.      0 comments


Written by Catherine Fitzsimons on July 30th, 2019

This article was originally published in a recent issue of Employment today. To read the full article CLICK HERE >
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Tips and Methods when Managing Performance

Written by Wendy McArthur on July 19th, 2019.      0 comments


Written by Wendy McArthur on July 19th, 2019

This article was originally published in a recent issue of Employment today.  To read the full article CLICK HERE >

Managing performance well and consistently is essential to retain your best staff, and ensure they're helping you achieve your strategic goals.

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The Complexity of Executive Remuneration

Written by John McGill on July 8th, 2019.      0 comments


Written by John McGill on July, 8 2019.

This article was published in the June Issue of New Zealand Management Magazine.

A topic that draws mixed opinions, determining executive remuneration can be a complex process. Typically the responsibility of a board of directors, it is considered a particularly important duty of their corporate governance.
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Can you coach under-performing employees and how do you approach it?

Written by Michelle Gapes on June 5th, 2019.      0 comments


Written by Michelle Gapes on June 4th, 2019


Employees underperform for a variety of reasons - finding out the cause is key to providing a solution. Underperformance could be down to lack of knowledge, misunderstandings or external factors. How you approach underperformance is different in each case, and it's important to gather as much information as possible before determining the best solution.

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Using out-of-the-box benefits to create a winning reward strategy

Written by John McGill on May 30th, 2019.      0 comments


Written by John McGill on May, 30 2019.

This article was published in the June Issue of New Zealand Management Magazine.

Creating a winning reward strategy is about more than financial incentives. Understand what your employees value most and determine your goals to get real impact.

Benefits and rewards need to support the culture of your organisation and send a message about what behaviours you require. To be really effective, however, your rewards strategy also needs to take into account what your employees value - which means considering 'out-of-the-box' benefits.

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