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Australia’s Top HRIS (2019)

By / December 19, 2019 / , , , , / 0 Comments

Choosing a Human resources management systems (HRIS) is a complex project to say the least. Due to popular demand, the annual HRIS review is back to help you decide! Navigo has now been independently running the HR Tech Survey for over 10 years to help the HR community plan, justify and execute HR tech projects. […]

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Sneak Peek Insight: 7th HR Tech Report

By / September 11, 2019 / , , , / 0 Comments

The Navigo research team is hard at work creating the 7th Australian HR Tech Survey. The purpose of this survey is to provide useful information that will assist organisations to make educated decisions around planning, justifying and executing HR technology projects. A special thank you to everyone who participated! Your contribution adds valuable HR intelligence […]

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It’s Time! The 2019 Australian HR Tech Survey is Open!

The Navigo Research Team is excited to announce that the 2019 Australian HR Tech Survey is officially open! For more than 10 years, the Navigo Research Team has been contributing insights to the HR tech community. This year, our main focus will be around the most interesting spending and strategy trends of 2019. We have […]

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Ingentis Partnership Announcement – Introducing a New Workforce Modelling Tool!

By / November 29, 2018 / , , , / 0 Comments

Navigo, the leading workforce modelling and org charting provider in Australia and New Zealand, is pleased to announce it’s strategic partnership with Ingentis. Based in Germany, Ingentis is a software company specialising in developing HR tools and add-ons for business applications. Ingentis are well known for maintaining fair, reliable business relationships and for developing customer […]

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The Number 1 HRIS in Australia Goes to… (2018)

By / November 22, 2018 / , , , / 2 Comments

Wait! We have an updated version of this blog. Check out Australia’s Top HRIS (2019).   Human resources management systems (HRIS) are a huge investment. The decision making around changing your HRIS involves serious research and consideration. After all, your HRIS is the source of truth for all HR data and often includes payroll. Since […]

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Is your job in danger of being automated? (pt. 1)

By / September 8, 2016 / , , / 0 Comments

Automation isn’t exactly a new concept, but it’s definitely accelerated into almost every aspect of business in the last decade. With more than 5 million Australian jobs predicted to be totally replaced in the next 10-15 years (with a further 2.3 million at risk), the big question is – which jobs are going to be […]

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#MyCensus insights from last census (HR Edition)

By / August 9, 2016 / , , / 0 Comments

#MyCensus night is tonight! While it will be some time before we get the insights and information the ABS uncovers, here are a few key stats from the 2011 census (and some predictions for what may have changed today!) 45.3% of Aussies work more than 40 hours a week We know over-work is a serious […]

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HR Tech News April

By / April 28, 2016 / , , / 0 Comments

Here’s the latest in HR Technology news for the month. Queensland government finally sorts out its HR systems It’s taken 4 years (well, 8 if you count the number of years since the QLD government’s old systems were obsolete), but Datacom and the government have finally come to a solution. The $100million deal has been […]

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[WEBINAR] Reporting Workplace Gender Equality to avoid the Public Shame List

If you have more than 100 employees (and you’re not in the public-sector), you need to report your Workplace Gender Equality stats to the WGEA by May 31st. Fail to do so and your organisation may be publicly shamed online. Not only is that going to cripple your employer brand, it’s also going to be […]

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HR Tech News March

By / March 4, 2016 / , , , , , , / 0 Comments

Welcome to March’s latest HR tech news and thoughts from Australia and around the world. Failed school intranet project spent AU$1.4m on launch party before crashing and burning In an example of what not to do, the Victorian Government is facing allegations of misdeeds for their Ultranet project. The original goal of the Ultranet project […]

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