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Termination and Resignation Templates

Terminating employees can be the hardest thing a manager or HR officer has to do.

A termination letter notifies an employee that he or she is no longer required, explains the reasons, the next steps in the process and sometimes stipulates the payout balances such as annual leave and redundancy, if applicable. 

How much is your traditional time & attendance system costing your business?

Most companies do not fully appreciate the losses incurred due to their lack of proper time and attendance record keeping. Traditional paper-based time and labour management systems rely on exhaustive human intervention and may detract from the success of the organisation.

Recruitment and Job Offer Templates

Save yourself the time of drafting emails and letters to job applicants and employees; simply copy/paste or download our templates. These free templates include job descriptions, job application received, job application rejected, interview invitation, job offer templates, induction and probation letter examples and more.

Roster with Confidence

The topics covered in this webinar include:

  • The New Roster Publishing feature
  • Component Templates
  • Creating Split Shifts with Special Rates
  • Broadcasting shift to ClockOn GO
In: Rostering

Does Managed (Outsourced) Payroll cost too much?

On the face of it, you might think that a managed payroll service is a luxury your business cannot afford.

Depending upon the provider / service required you could reasonably expect to be paying between $5-10 per head per employee, per payroll. Which is far more than you’d pay than by simply processing it in-house right? Let’s find out.

In: Payroll

Popular Clubs Software Going Global

Commonly known as Australia’s most powerful rostering, attendance and payroll system, ClockOn has become a real mover and shaker in the Pubs and Clubs industry in recent years. ClockOn has been around since 1999 and has evolved into a powerful workforce management system trusted by clubs Australia-wide.

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