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Navigo’s HR Guide to Public Holidays in Australia & NZ

By / December 8, 2016 / , / 0 Comments

Public holidays. Loved by employees. Hated by small business owners. And a constant point of contention for politicians, businesses and HR. We’ve got different public holidays in each state of Australia, which is slightly different again to those in New Zealand. Handy tools like Google Calendars can help you keep track of most of the […]

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Top Org Charts: 10 Favourites from Aussie Business Leaders

By / November 26, 2016 / , , / 3 Comments

[2020 Update] By popular demand, the top org charts article has been updated. We even added in some exciting new charts and included a free downloadable PDF just for you. Happy reading! Votes are in, the top org charts are..   #1 Company Directory #2 Dashboards #3 Budget #4 Leave Liability #5 Gender Equality Want […]

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4 HR Guides You Need to Read Today

By / November 22, 2016 / , , / 0 Comments

It’s hard to stay on top of all the latest thoughts, rules and changes in the HR landscape. But don’t worry – the Navigo team have got your back! Here’s 4 guides you definitely need to read today.   5 HR Tips To Managing A Growing Team When you’re managing a growing team, your role […]

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How to Create a Project Team Org Chart

By / November 17, 2016 / , , / 0 Comments

By their very nature, project teams aren’t permanent.  But it’s still important to have a clear team structure and hierarchy. Particularly in larger teams, not knowing who reports to whom can cause confusion and frustrating delays. The problem, however, is that our usual org charts are designed to be permanent. Whilst they may be modified […]

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The #1 Guide to Data Cleansing & HRIS Migration

By / October 27, 2016 / / 3 Comments

[Updated: 2020] The importance of clean data cannot be underestimated. Dirty data can paralyse an organisations ability to pay its workers, and you can forget about any workforce planning, reporting or analysis. These are only two of many reasons why maintaining high quality data is crucial to an organisation’s success. This article provides a complete […]

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4 things to check in a candidate’s Facebook profile

By / October 13, 2016 / / 0 Comments

The debate is largely over – potential employees expect you’re going to take a look at their social media profiles before hiring them. However, that doesn’t mean you can start to use irrelevant information to influence your hiring choices. For starters, that’s discrimination. But you’re also hiring a person to perform a job, not become your […]

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How the Bank of Queensland automates their org charts with Planning@Work

How can we create our org charts, faster? The Bank of Queensland’s tired old process for constructing org charts was too time-consuming to keep pace with the organisation. The HR team made the switch to Planning@Work to create their org charts quicker, have greater access to workplace analytics, and have improved visibility of the organisation. By doing so, the […]

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How to create the ultimate employee ‘bench’

By / September 29, 2016 / , / 0 Comments

For those who don’t follow the AFL, it’s grand final day this Saturday! We’ve even got a public holiday in Victoria tomorrow to watch a parade (apparently that’s now a thing). All footy teams have a ‘bench’ of players who are ready to jump in if one of the key players gets tired, injured or […]

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Org Charts in 90 seconds [WEBINAR]

By / September 19, 2016 / , , , / 0 Comments

How long do you waste preparing org charts and hierarchy reports in your current role? A few hours per week? More? What if we told you that you only need to create a chart ONCE, visualising all the data in your HRIS, and you could do it all in 90 seconds?   Join Zack “The Flash” […]

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Is your job in danger of being automated? (pt. 2)

By / September 13, 2016 / / 0 Comments

Continuing on from pt. 1, we’re looking at 10 roles and assessing how much of a risk automation poses for future employment. Let’s jump into our next 5: Management Human interaction: High Creativity: Low Physical Dexterity and mobility required: Low Management is a role dedicated to getting the most out of people. However, many traditional management functions have […]

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