Compliance

Growing Your Business by Modernising the Workplace

Acknowledging the Disadvantages

Data Trust and Security Management

Data leak and privacy breach are two of the things that can easily ruin a client’s trust. And losing a client’s trust is a sure-fire way to lose their business too. But a lot of companies weren’t prepared for a global health catastrophe and didn’t have a strong enough security system already in place before businesses were forced to allow employees to work remotely.

Therefore, 54% of IT professionals think that remote workers pose a great security risk . And they have all the right to think so. After all, no one would be there to oversee how employees treat company and customer data when no one is looking. On top of your employees’ integrity getting tested, IT teams also worry about the ones who take advantage of weak security systems for a living.

Tax

Tax laws have changed in Australia throughout the pandemic. Knowing the government’s different incentives to businesses will help your operations run smoothly. Speak with a tax professional to understand what other benefits your business can have.

OH&S

Many think that Occupational Health and Safety is only essential in an office-based setup. OH&S is also necessary in a remote environment to ensure employees’ physical and mental well-being.

Desk and Workspace

Desk and Workspace is critical to everybody’s working life, whether onsite or offsite. Employees get motivated and become more productive when they have the right software and hardware tools when working.

Fair Work Australia

Fair Work Australia is arguably one of Australia’s most critical employment laws. It regulates the relationship between employer and employee and also provides a framework to resolve any disputes that may arise.

Policies

Clear communication is vital for ensuring compliance. Setting proper expectations ensures your team’s comprehension and agreement. Establishing regular review cycles also allows you to consistently reevaluate and stay current.

The Future of the New Normal

The COVID-19 pandemic has been around for more than a year now, and no one can tell when it will be over, or if it will be over. The global economy took a major blow when businesses of all sizes had to close and stop operations because of the pandemic. And for our businesses to survive this global set back, we can’t keep doing the things we only know and feel comfortable in. We need to get out of our comfort zone, learn, adapt, and modernise our workplaces so we can empower our modern workers and continuously grow our business.