As we approach the Christmas Holiday period it is time to do the usual ‘self-check’. Here is a 6-Point Self-Check that you will hopefully find helpful and of some assistance to you or perhaps they will just kickstart your ‘reminder/to-do list’...
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No matter how good your business concept is, if you don’t track and manage your customers, employees and service data, it’s impossible to maintain long term viability. Here are a few ways venues can use data to drive profits:
National Safe Work Month, Fire in the Club Kitchen, Preventing Sharps Injuries, SafeWork NSW New Code of Practice and more...
It is an unfortunately growing problem in our society, but sharps injuries in the workplace can be prevented. See our attached Fact Sheet on ways of preventing your staff from injury and illness.
The recent changes to WHS legislation have seen the enforcement powers of Workplace Health and Safety Queensland increase to include the offence of industrial manslaughter with a maximum penalty of 20 years in jail.
John Dickson goes to Ayers Rock Resort to experience the Outback flavors created by some amazing young indigenous chefs with Uluru as a backdrop and views of a desert sunset
Effective employee recognition is mostly art, not science. That's why most formal recognition and reward programs rarely deliver what they promise.
Maintaining a strong and defined focus on regulatory compliance is essential for the long term viability of your business. Are you confident that your club is compliant with the following major regulatory areas?
In today’s world, the pace is often going a lot faster than we can keep up with. Due to our lack of time, we sometimes fail to work on one of the most important assets of the business and that is our employees.