Author: Alisha Ross

Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash 19 Nov

Wages vs salary – What’s the difference

Salary vs Wages, get the facts Although some people use the terms interchangeably, there is a clear difference between being paid a salary or a wage. The correct term must be used when talking about employee compensation. The basics A wage is the employee remuneration based on the number of hours worked, multiplied by an hourly rate

03 Sep

Change creates uncertainty, doesn’t it?

Communicating change with employees is a common challenge for business owners and senior management. It’s something we come across on almost a daily basis and it poses a number of questions. What should you tell your employees? When do you tell them? How much do you tell them? It doesn’t matter how big or small

05 Mar

5 Employee Induction Best Practices from HR Experts

A lot of businesses overlook the importance of preparation when they’re about to welcome a new employee. An effective on-boarding process is vital to ensuring new employees receive the support and training needed to set them up for success in their new role. It should also increase job satisfaction and employee retention. I was recently approached

13 Feb

Wages vs salary – changing an employee’s mindset

Wages vs salary, are you struggling to understand the difference? Do you have an employee who was previously paid an hourly rate but is now paid a salary? Are they having difficulty understanding why they aren’t being paid for all the hours they work? I assure you they are not alone! I recently worked with a

25 Oct

The role of wearable technology in HR

As technology has evolved it has become more involved and entwined in our lives. The introduction of wearable technology is an excellent example of this. Investopedia define wearable technology as “electronics that can be worn on the body, either as an accessory or as part of material used in clothing”. They define one of the

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