The gig economy is here – it’s changing the way we work, and reshaping how our businesses operate on a day-to-day basis. Are your human resources (HR), practices up to the task?
Business culture, development and retention aren’t as simple when your teams are spread over multi-sites and others working at home.
Come and hear from Paul Brophy, NZ Country Manager from CXC who is on a mission to provide HR teams with a contingent workforce strategy, reducing risk and driving engagement. Paul will discuss end-to-end employee experiences – from induction processes, to driving collaboration for your entire workforce.
Also hear from Ben Wooding, General Manager for Red Badge Group. Ben will share with you how they engage and incentivise productivity while managing contractor performance across multiple sites.
The gig economy is knocking on the door of Kiwi business as an efficient way of integrating scale and flexibility without the massive reoccurring payroll bill. How we ensure quality, consistency and competency requires a whole new HR environment. How will your business evolve?
Deborah Law, Tailored and In-House Training Manager – EMA
Paul Brophy, NZ Country Manager – CXC Global
Ben Wooding, Director & GM – Red Badge Group
EMA through nib can now offer members of five or more employees the same health cover benefits usually reserved for businesses of 15+ employees, including.
For further information, join us at Fresh People or please get in touch with the nib group team today. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 0800 287 642