Theresa Tagavaitau, Community Compliance Officer at Inland Revenue joins Chief Executive, Sarah Trotman, ONZM to discuss the different COVID-19 financial support packages available to business owners as a result of a rise in Alert Levels as well as how to keep up to date with changes.
Martin Hawes, Authorised Financial Advisor discusses what a good retirement may like, how much you may need to fund the lifestyle you desire, how to invest your money and set out some of the things you have to do in your business to become financially free.
Geoff Pearman and Muriel Roake, specialists in age and work from Partners in Change share how we can support and work with our older workforce during and beyond COVID 19. New Zealand has 618,000 workers over the age of 55 – that is close to a quarter of the total workforce.
The Mental Health Foundation discuss how to look after wellbeing during this time of increased stress, how to identify stressors and find solutions to help resolve the causes of stress and how to assess, plan, take action and review your mental health needs.
Ian Boyce from ASB shares tips on how to bolster small business over the coming months, guidance for businesses to consider and discusses what Government support packages are available and their uptake.
Brent Sutton, Principal of Safety Associates discusses the health and safety measures employers must take to keep their workers safe during Alert Level 3 and having a response plan.
Shelley Magic from MYOB and Richard Abel, Chair of the Accountants and Tax Agents Institute of NZ, share practical cashflow management advice for small businesses.
With the current COVID-19 lockdown and likely recession to follow, many companies' businesses will come under significant financial stress, with cash flow and the ability to pay creditors severely impacted.
Paul Bowkett, Microsoft NZ Channel Manager, talks about why, when and how to use the powerful communication and online collaboration tool - Microsoft Teams.
Issues of sustainability impact on businesses of all sizes. But what exactly is sustainability? what does it mean for your business? and how can you start your own sustainability journey?
Di Crawford-Errington, President, Institute of Certified NZ Bookkeepers gives insight to what value a bookkeeper can bring to your business.
Gaining access to the right knowledge, support, and people is fundamental to business success - that is where the RBP network can help.