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Manage employees

Attracting, selecting and retaining the right people is crucial for your business but can also take up a lot of your time. Keep your employee admin simple so you can spend more time on other things that matter.

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Value your team

Understand that your team is key to your business. Whether they're impressing clients, solving problems or thinking up new ideas, your employees are a part of what makes your business special. Treat them right by offering fair wages, paying on time, rewarding great work and providing professional support.

Focus on culture

When it comes to keeping your people happy and productive, money isn't everything. Offering a great working culture could help you attract and keep excellent people. Flexible working, professional development and a friendly and supportive team can all contribute to a good business culture.

Develop HR processes

Consider every aspect of an employee's journey with your business. Plan for how you recruit, onboard and train a new person. Think about how their super, wages and benefits will be paid, as well as any bonuses and commissions you might offer. Your processes might also include training, performance reviews and workplace rules and policies.

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