Now Actually is an outsourced Human Resources company supporting businesses to manage the complex and ever changing employment framework in Australia.
Working across all industries, we provide practical, easy to understand information that allows our clients to focus on their business knowing that the people component is taken care of.
They work with clients to support their HR needs; this involves the employment lifecycle from hire to fire and everything in between. It involves reviewing the people structure, business processes and legislative compliance with a focus on strategic advice.
Now Actually understands that no two businesses are the same which is why we tailor the support to the business needs. Flexibility is a must, adaptability is key. Whether the business is just starting out or is established, the broad experience that Now Actually can offer means that clients get creative solutions tailored to them.
As an agile and adaptive business, they do not have a one solution fits all approach. Their support, advice and strategies are implemented with clients input and are tailored to their requirements at that particular time. They aim to understand the long term vision of the business and what that means from a people perspective.
Engaging in outsourced HR support will provide Management with confidence and assurance that compliance and best practice is delivered. Now Actually provide independent support that is needed in today’s modern workplace. They are professionals with practical advice. What works in one business, may not work in another business. They acknowledge this and adjust their approach accordingly. People are fickle in nature, and as such they are adaptable to the not only the business but the people within it. Flexibility is their greatest asset. They like to work collaboratively and inclusively but most of all, they want to work with people that want to work with them. They are lifelong learners who seek to grow not only as individuals but as a team.
For more information, head to their website.
Ex-military contractor escapes house arrest
Mastermind of the largest corruption scandal in US Navy history is on the run after cutting of his ankle bracelet
A former military contractor who was at the centre of the largest corruption scandal in U.S. Navy history, has escaped house arrest.
It comes just three weeks before he was set to face sentencing.
The fugitive, known to many as “Fat Leonard”, pleaded guilty to bribery and fraud charges in 2015.
He bribed U.S. Navy officials with cash, prostitutes, and all-expenses paid trips, in exchange for access to military intelligence, earning him millions.
According to authorities, when police arrived at Francis’ home, all that they found was an ankle bracelet he had cut off and left in a portable cooler.
This all comes as the U.S. Military is reporting a 13 per cent spike in the number of sexual assaults last year.
It’s understood 36,000 service members had experienced unwanted sexual assault, with the Army reporting its largest spike in nearly a decade.
Despite this, the Pentagon says it is working to stamp out this poor behaviour.
Another tanker got stuck in the Suez Canal – here’s the rescue mission
Another ship got stuck in the Suez Canal
A crude oil tanker has been re-floated after blocking the famous Canal in Egypt.
According to a spokesman for Suez Canal Authority… the Affinity-V vessel became stuck in a single-lane stretch of the canal – but not as long as the last giant tanker of 20-21 that we all remember
The Affinity was refloated after tugboats were deployed to assist.
Affinity V was floating again about five hours later, authority spokesperson George Safwat said.
Affinity V was travelling from Portugal to Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea port of Yanbu.
It’s unclear how much oil the Singaporean-flagged ship was carrying, but ABC reported it has a capacity to carry more than 110,000 tonnes.
It’s been 18 months since the Ever Given container ship blocked the canal for six days.
The blockage created a massive traffic jam that held up 9 billion a day in global trade.
Thankfully… the Affinity isn’t in the same boat.
Bojo relaxes on the beaches of Greece
Outgoing UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has well and truly taken his foot off the gas, relaxing on the beaches of Greece as the leadership battle plays out back home
Downing Street has now confirmed Johnson will not be working on his holiday unless he is needed urgently.
It comes as he doges accusations of running a so-called ‘zombie government’ until a new leader is sworn in.
This recent trip to Greece is Johnson’s second break abroad within three weeks, as British resident struggle through a worsening energy crisis.
Meanwhile, as the outgoing P-M stretches out on the beach, two large removal trucks have turned up at Number 10 to begin his transition out of the official residence.
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