Lisa Spiden

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http://www.dynamicbusiness.com.au
Lisa is the Managing Director of fibreHR, a generalist HR services and recruitment business located in Melbourne. fibreHR is all about making people matter, going that extra mile and working with a business’ individual challenges and characteristics, no matter how complex, to get the right people outcome.

Employee inductions an indispensible process

Employee induction is a key part of the hiring process, but one that many business owners overlook.

A guide to terminations

There are a number of situations where termination can occur, and each situation must be handled carefully to ensure compliance with complex employment laws.

Leverage culture, benefits and corporate social responsibility to attract employees

Finding the right staff members can be difficult in a competitive environment, but there are a few things you can do to make your business more attractive to potential employees.

Why you should outsource your HR

As a business owner, dealing with your business' HR needs can be time consuming, and not having the right knowledge and understanding of HR issues can lead to potential legal problems and penalties for your business.

Are you complying with the industry awards governing your employees?

Industry awards are often a cause for confusion among employers, and misinterpretation of the rules that can leave businesses vulnerable to penalties.

How to ensure a good candidate experience

When it comes to recruiting new staff for your business, it is becoming increasingly important to ensure your candidates have a positive experience throughout the process.

What you need to know about changes to superannuation (part 3)

In the last of our three-part series covering the upcoming superannuation legislation changes, we cover the new MySuper default fund and the new director’s responsibilities.

What you need to know about changes to super (part 2)

This is the second instalment of a three-part series about upcoming changes to superannuation.

What you need to know about changes to super (part 1)

As a business owner, you are probably aware that there are some changes planned to superannuation and the minimum requirements paid to employees. However, do you know exactly what they are, and how they will affect your business?

When HR becomes more of a hindrance than a help

If you have more than a handful of employees, chances are you will need some form of Human Resources (HR) support for your business, whether it's a single HR employee, a HR team or an outsourced HR company.

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