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Survey Results: Architects, Engineers & Surveyors routinely writing off 25% of billable time

Posted by Edward - CEO on 09/02/2021

What if you could get your invoices out within 3 days of month-end instead of 3 weeks, and with a higher level of confidence in their integrity? Imagine the impact on your cash flow. Imagine the impact on office productivity.


Imagine the impact on yourself.


The secret is simple. 

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Topics: In the workplace, All

The secret to increased productivity and profitability [Infographic]

Posted by Sharnee on 26/01/2021

When employee engagement is lacking, more often than not it is the work systems that are at fault, not the individuals. Do you need to look at your businesses systems with fresh eyes?

In the second part of our ‘Business Growth in 2021’ blog, we ask you to consider the levels of employee engagement in your company.

How do you measure the productivity and profitability of your workforce?

 

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Topics: Insider, In the workplace, Money Management, Staff Management, Project Management, Job Management

Do you want business growth in 2021? We have found the solution.

Posted by Sharnee on 15/01/2021

As the financial markets take another dive, the focus is once again on how to make sure your business is working as smartly and as efficiently as possible. Motivation could be the key.

This is the first of two blogs where we look at how motivation must start from the top, and the impact this has on your employees …

For your company to achieve sustainable growth, workplace engagement is essential. However, according to Gallup, only 13% of employers worldwide are engaged at work. Only one in eight workers are psychologically committed to their jobs and are likely to make positive contributions to their organisations. Now, here in Australia and New Zealand, we are doing ok. We have the second-highest proportion of engaged workers globally at 24%. Yet that still leaves three-quarters of our workforce who are not engaged or worse still, actively disengaged.

 

This is really going to affect your business potential in 2021

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Topics: Insider, In the workplace, Staff Management, Project Management, Job Management

Best employee gift ideas this Covid Christmas

Posted by Sharnee on 02/11/2020

Choosing a unique and personalised Christmas gift to show your staff appreciation can be challenging enough. Throw Covid into the mix and it’s another kettle of fish. Christmas is all about togetherness and fun. And in these times of social distancing and when many people are still working from home, now more than ever it is important to look after our employees, support our customers, and aid our communities.

We’ve put together a list of personalised gift pack ideas you could arrange to be delivered to your amazing staff’s door to say a very special thanks this Covid Christmas.

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Topics: In the workplace

Why Your Business NEEDS Job Management Software

Posted by Sharnee on 08/10/2020

We all know time is money, so what if I told you your business could be missing out on over 30% of possible revenue every year without any increase in your business costs?* That's one heck of a pile of cash you're missing out on. And it would go straight to the bottom line.

But more importantly, what can you do about it?
The answer – unleash the benefits of a quality job management software package.

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Topics: In the workplace, Money Management, Staff Management, Project Management, Job Management

The most important things in business management

Posted by Edward - CEO on 08/10/2020

Everybody knows where you’re most likely to be told “Say ahhhhh”. For a routine medical check-up you go to the doctor. They’ll use tools to measure your temperature, check blood pressure, listen to your heart and check your lungs. The big ice-cream stick comes out and you’ll be told “Say ahhhhh”. Doctors always start by properly checking out our body’s vital signs. Everything else depends on them working properly.


They actively go through a standard series of measurements and observations. Only then can they give feedback and advise on any actions that need to be taken.

Businesses are in need of routine check-ups just as people are. It’s part of business management. And whatever the scale of your business, getting the right stuff, the stuff your business needs to have working properly, comes down to one thing, understanding the current condition.

This means business information systems to help you measure, and thus manage, the business. So what to measure.

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Topics: In the workplace, All, Money Management, Staff Management