Paper-based files and reports are now a thing of the past. In this world of smart technology, it is imperative that your businesses also jump on the bandwagon to make it efficient, effective, and future-ready. One of the most important things that you need to focus on and develop is your Human Resources (HR) and Workplace, Health and Safety (WHS).
Growing your business with the help of cloud-based HR and WHS Programs
As you know, I am all for bringing in technology into business. HR and WHS are two important aspects that I feel we need to give equal business attention and love. Whether you like it or not, you need HR and WHS documents. This is because you have legal obligations when you bring in any kind of team in your business – clinical, admin, HR, etc. It doesn’t matter what kind of employment they have. You still have legal obligations to keep them safe and engage them in a legally compliant way.
Cloud-based HR and WHS programs can help you run your business efficiently and effectively. Numerous cloud-based HR and WHS programs are now readily available at your fingertips and there is no reason why you shouldn’t take advantage of the wonderful benefits they offer in helping your team and business grow. They are your partners walking with you side-by-side and guiding you and your team every step of the way.
- The importance of HR and WHS documents in a business.
- Reasons why you shouldn’t write your own HR and WHS documents.
- The option of purchasing HR and WHS documents.
- An important thing to ask when considering or choosing an HR and WHS program.
- Pros and cons of having a cloud-based HR and WHS program.
- Getting creative with your training modules.
- Improving performance development.
- Measuring compliance through the program.
- Protecting your business from the problems you may face with exiting clinicians.
- The advantage of having good support from your HR and WHS program
- Hot topics to be discussed by the CEO of Happy HR, Christopher Smith, at the Private Practice Virtual Conference 2019 happening on May 31.
- 5 Key Takeaways