HR software to manage your hourly workforce, from onboarding to offboarding.
Quick and painless employee onboarding
Collect all employee forms and details through a user-friendly self-service portal. New hires have everything at their fingertips, saving you the hassle of following up and preventing delayed start dates.
Core HR for your hourly workforce
Unify your employee database, including profiles, teams, and locations. With this single source of truth, your HR team only needs to update employee records in one place, reducing inconsistencies and wasted admin time.
End-to-end document management
Manage your core HR documents while letting staff upload and acknowledge personal forms. Keep track of qualifications like working with children checks. Build an extensive library of employment documentation to simplify audits.
Keep your HRIS system clean and up-to-date by quickly removing profiles immediately after employment ends, including which assets each employee has. Automated and timely offboarding at the source like this prevents confusion downstream on rosters and timesheets.
Staff retain easy access to their policies and contracts so expectations are always clear. Collect digital signatures and download copies for future reference.
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Frequently asked questions
Onboarding is the process of introducing new employees to the company and helping them become fully integrated with their new work environment. It typically involves paperwork such as completing an employment contract, providing employee identification badges and ensuring that all necessary safety information and training have been completed. Onboarding also includes orienting the new employee to company policies, procedures and culture.
Storing employee qualifications is important because it helps ensure the safety of employees and other stakeholders in the organization. It also enables the company to verify that employees are qualified to perform their duties and have completed all necessary training. This information can also be used for future recruitment purposes if an employee leaves the company or needs to be replaced due to illness or other unforeseen circumstances.
When storing employee information for the Australian Tax Office, you will likely need to collect and store the following details:
-Full name, date of birth, address, and contact information
-Tax File Number (TFN) or Certificate of Application for a TFN
-Employment start date and hours worked each week (if applicable)
-Employment earnings, including details on wages, pay and allowances received by the employee
-Superannuation fund information, including the name of the fund, number and type of contribution (employer or salary sacrifice contributions) made to the fund on behalf of the employee. You may also be required to provide additional information on the total amount of contributions made to all superannuation funds by your organization.