What an employer can do to
keep 'A valuable asset' - their team members.
Youre an employer
whos read the "changing jobs" article
elsewhere in this issue. If you take just a few minutes
to review your staff, do you see any signs in any of them
which indicates change?
Having a stable team is
more than just being a sensitive new age employer.
What is often
unrecognised in the current high tech society with an
increasing number of singles, divorcees and transient
workers is that the job represents a second family. Often
the job represents more family to a worker than their
own, who may be geographically and emotionally distant.
The employer who
recognises this issue of family is on a roller coaster
which will produce in the end a very satisfying result.
How to create family in the workplace?
Thats the subject
of coming issues. Watch this space.
Quotes from the professions:
law can be a minefield and a disincentive to employers to
employ. It need not be. A consistent system of
documenting discussions with employees which may lead to
termination will often avoid ambiguity and
misunderstanding and many unfair dismissal
Rolf Howard - Solicitor/Partner, Owen
is the common sense understanding of your product and
services benefit to an identifiable group and the
will to communicate it and supply to tat markets
needs and wants"
Geoff Holt - Director, Leonard
Communications and Marketing
time has come the Walrus said to speak of many things, of
shoes and ships and ceiling wax, and cabbages and
GST, a new tax system is like the Walrus; if
you seek timely advice about running your business
enterprise now, the transition to the consumption tax
system should be revenue neutral to your business cash
Richard Saunders - Registered Taxation
Adviser & Financial Consultant, RIS