Unlock your company’s potential, reduce costs and improve performance with enhanced business visibility with Sage 300cloud, helping you connect finance, operations, and inventory in multiple languages and currencies.
Australian organisations need to deliver great employee experiences to retain top performers and grow. Sage People and Payroll solutions provide a solid foundation to build that great experience, with future-proofed payroll and HR administration systems compliant with government regulations – plus the strategic tools human resource and people leaders need to accelerate growth.
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Unlock your growth potential by improving visibility, increasing HR productivity, and delivering great employee experiences. Sage Business Cloud People is a modern cloud HR and People system that enables fast-growing organisations to manage, engage, and retain their workforce across multiple locations.
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Preparing your accounting team for an environment of constant change
Keeping up with the pace of change is a challenge for firms of all shapes and sizes. Technology and changing client demands create powerful business opportunities, but they also bring skills gaps. How can your firm combat this skills gap while retaining your current talented team members? Your firm’s ability to upskill, or its capacity […]
How to know when it’s time to invest in construction-specific software
If you’re a contractor in charge of a growing business, you’ve likely asked yourself the question: “Is it time to invest in construction-specific software?” Like many of your peers, you may find it difficult to answer, especially during this time of economic uncertainty. After all, new software implementations can be expensive, time-consuming, and disruptive. So […]
Landmark Victorian law makes wage theft punishable by up to 10 years’ jail
On 16 June 2020, the Victorian government passed the Wage Theft Bill 2020, introducing severe new criminal penalties for businesses found guilty of deliberate wage theft. The legislation is the first of its kind in Australia and comes in response to a series of high-profile underpayment cases in recent years. What is the new law? […]