HR Manager’s To-Do List


Can you believe almost a quarter of 2017 has passed already? Neither can we! Now that you are well and truly back in the swing of things, it is a great time to look at five vital aspects of HR and ensure that your business is compliant.

Here are the top five things that should be on an HR manager’s to-do list:
  1. Review Annual Leave: take a look at your annual leave policies and how employees are taking their annual leave. Employers have the right to make employees take annual leave if they have accruals exceeding eight weeks, so plan to speak to any employees about this.
  2. Review salaries: as the end of financial year is approaching fast, now is a good time to review your employees’ salaries. Ensure that you are complying with any award rates and all Fair Work Act requirements.
  3. Review employment contracts: take the time to look at your employment contracts and ensure they are up to date with any award or legislative changes. Remember, if you wish to make any changes to an employment contract, you must speak with the employee first.
  4. Review OHS compliance: ensure your safety policies and procedures are up to date and cover all aspects of your business. This is especially important if you operate in a high-risk industry such as construction or manufacturing.
  5. Review internal procedures: lastly, examine all your internal procedures to keep them up to date and relevant to your small business. Make sure that all employees are aware of where to find and read these procedures and of any changes that have been made to them.

Keeping your staff happy and healthy is the key to a successful business. Work with all staff members to ensure that you meet their needs to the best of your abilities, and watch as your small business thrives.

For more information on key HR processes contact us on (08) 9316 9896 or enquiries@processworx.com.au

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Marisa Ross

HR Advisor

Marisa is an experienced and motivated HR professional with a strong HR generalist and business operations background with a focus on employee relations, performance management, leadership training & development, workers compensation & injury management, and employee retention. Marisa holds a Bachelor of Human Resource Management and a Bachelor of Behavioural Science with a minor in Counselling. Having worked in a variety of industries from SMEs to large blue-chip organisations, Marisa is passionate about enriching employee experience, employee retention, and building leadership capability in people management.

Aimee Grigson

Aimee Grigson

WHS Advisor

Aimee has a strong understanding of Workplace Health and Safety Legislation and standards and has extensive HSEQ experience in a number of industries. Aimee has a great ability to engage across all levels of organisation, including field teams, leadership and external stakeholders. Aimee ensures Health and Safety Management Systems are compliant to legislation, effectively implemented and understood by all. Aimee has a Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety and qualifications in auditing and incident investigations. Aimee is passionate about coaching and developing small businesses towards a positive safety culture.