• Online inductions versus face-to-face induction

    Online induction vs face-to-face-inductions

    Online inductions versus face-to-face inductions Just as the world of business continues to evolve to meet the needs of an ever-changing landscape so, too, does the process of induction. And when it comes to welcoming an employee in just the right manner, that’s a very good thing. After all, the ideal introduction…

  • workplace and covid 19 australia

    covid 19 australia and workplace

    Workplace safety and covid 19 in australia Since its first confirmed case in January 2020, Australia has treated and managed COVID-19 as a health emergency. With strict policies supported by adequate health care services, we’re among the countries applauded for successfully flattening the curve.  If you look at the numbers, we were…

  • LMS

    LMS features onboarding

    How to Choose the Best LMS in Australia Gone are the days when training employees means giving the team a free ticket to dose off. Boring formal lectures. Dozens of slides no one can really cram inside their heads in one sitting. No wonder a lot of people are migrating learning…

  • ISO9001

    iso 9001 - 2015

    Introduction to ISO 9001:2015 Standard What is ISO 9001 Standard all about? ISO 9001 became world recognised standard in 1987 after International Organization for Standardization formally published the international guidelines and qualifications required for organisation’s certification.  ISO 9001 provides opportunities to increase customer satisfaction, document corrective and preventive actions and of course…

  • COVID-19 Online Induction Sample

    online induction covid-19

    Before we explain what a covid-19 online induction sample is, let’s sum up what is currently (April of 2020) known about the virus. What Is Covid-19 and SARS-Cov-2? Let’s look into what we currently know about Covid-19. This term was given to a disease caused by SARS-COV-2 by the World Health Organization…

  • Background checks

    iso9001:2015

    BACKGROUND CHECKs: Everything You Need to Know about CORPORATE SCREENINGCorporate screening refers to the process of carrying out background checks on potential and existing employees. Through background checks, your organisation can gain additional information from third party sources. This will help you decide whether a candidate is qualified for a certain…

  • Police check

    police check national

    Police check and everything you need to know about them You may have come across the saying “never judge a book by its cover”. When it comes to the workplace, going farther than the face value of your potential or existing employees is commonplace. Most workplaces today require that their employees…

  • Rapid-Inductions that are also effective

    Rapid-inductions that are also effetive

    How to keep my inductions rapid and effective When it comes to starting and running a business or organisation, there are many things to consider in order to maximise success. Cost of investment and maintenance, advertising, taxes, insurance, laws, and of course, staff. From running a public sector organisation like a…

  • What-is-orientation

    What is orienatation

    Orientation is an introductory stage in the process of new employee assimilation, and continuous socialisation process in an organisation.  Major objectives of orientation are: gain employee commitment reduce employee anxiety help employees to understand organisation’s expectations and requirements convey what employees can expect from the job and the organisation The same can be said about contractors…

  • Short safety topics for work

    Short Safety Topics For Work

    What short safety topics to cover during your toolbox meetings Safe Work Australia requires employers to make employee safety and well-being their priority. But how do you keep your employees from forgetting the safety processes and procedures they learnt from the project’s onset? Holding regular safety briefings or toolbox talks is…

  • Safety at work

    Work Safety

    There are numerous reasons why you should take safety at work seriously. In 2018, a total of 144 workers were fatally injured at work in Australia. This translated to a fatality rate of 1.1 for every 100,000 workers. While this is a 62% drop from a peak rate of 3.0…