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Creating an employee development plan

All of us will be asked to do something during our careers that we’re not sure how to do. What happens next defines the kind of workplace we work in and the type of workplace we want to be a part of. Employees are often asked to magically learn new skills without guidance, coaching or […]

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How to use coaching in the workplace: do employee coaching programs work?

The 70:20:10 rule implies that 70% of employee capability is learned on the job, 20% is learned from peers and leaders and 10% is learned from formal training programs. The sure fire way to ensure your people are learning the right things on the job is with regular coaching. Employee coaching programs provide you with […]

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YakTrak is now ISO 27001 accredited

We are happy to announce YakTrak has obtained ISO 27001 accreditation. This internationally recognised standard for information security management systems acknowledges YakTrak’s commitment to the highest level of security and best practice. Accreditation by ISO – International Organization for Standardization is a result of our unwavering commitment to implementing and maintaining the highest standards of data security […]

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Managing risk and performance

A solid enterprise risk management (ERM) practice can provide value across an organisation and instead of hampering performance, can help to improve it. Adding value with an enterprise risk management (ERM) strategy More organisations are adopting an enterprise-wide approach to risk management, helping them to identify, assess, prioritise, prepare and monitor for potential dangers. For […]

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Setting up an effective compliance management system

We’re hearing more and more businesses and governments talk about compliance management – but what’s involved in setting up good compliance management systems and processes? What can go wrong? Firstly, let’s look at why compliance matters. When compliance management systems are lacking, your business may be exposed to a range of risks. Your employees are […]

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Why you need to invest in people development

Investing in your people involves more than running training workshops but offers great rewards.   You’ll see results Businesses regularly invest in systems, processes, hardware, and software, but investment in people development is not always as consistent. There is often a long time between drinks.  We all need to update our skills to be at […]

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Simplifying document management with YakTrak

How do you manage documentation? Are your processes easy to follow and do your people follow them? Is it easy to track your paper trails? Documentation management can be a challenge, but YakTrak can help.  Watch the video to find out how you can improve version control, increase productivity, and simplify tracking with YakTrak. Get […]

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Improving compliance management in 2021

Making sure that your people follow business processes, represent brand values and comply with regulations seems like a no-brainer. But as we’ve seen (the handing out of financial penalties for non-compliance recently springs to mind) oversight and checkpoints are not always as robust as they should be. If you need a reminder as to why […]

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Thinking about a resolution?

A beginning of a new year is a time when many of us think about resolutions and resetting. The start of this year feels a bit like a re-set in itself after the turmoil of 2020. A vaccination program is on the way and over summer many of us have experienced what a ‘COVID-normal’ world […]

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Partnership with Royal Melbourne Hospital’s 5 Ways to Wellbeing

At YakTrak we believe that a healthy mind is just as important as a healthy body. Feeling good and functioning well contributes to overall wellbeing, and it’s important for us, our staff, our clients and their teams. So we’re proud to announce that we’ve joined the Royal Melbourne Hospital to promote 5 Ways to Wellbeing […]

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