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We did it! BrightHR’s landed in Australia and New Zealand

We’re making leaps and bounds on our mission to support small businesses all over the world. And we want to thank you for making it possible.

November 2019

Stress Awareness Week: Why you need to step away from your screen

Being sensible with our screen time can make us less stressed and more productive. Let’s look at how it’s done.

World Vegan Day 2019: Why it matters in your workplace

It’s official—veganism has hit the mainstream. We explore what this means for employment law and your workplace in 2019.

October 2019

Get with the times: Paperless HR is the future

‘What is this newfangled HR software, you say?’ It’s the easy, efficient and affordable way to bring your HR management bang up to date. It’s HR, the Bright way.

Should I let my staff carry over holidays into next year?

Here’s everything you need to know if your employees still have annual leave to take before the end of the year.

World Menopause Day 2019: How to support women in the workplace

We explore how menopause affects women in the workplace and what you can do to help shake the stigma.

What happens if my employee is called up for jury service?

An employee being called up for jury service can come out of the blue. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

We did it! BrightHR’s landed in Australia and New Zealand

We’re making leaps and bounds on our mission to support small businesses all over the world. And we want to thank you for making it possible.

6 easy ways to boost employee wellbeing in your workplace

Supporting your staff’s mental health and wellbeing is good for your people and your business. But how do you do it? Let’s take a look…

Holiday nightmare: What to do if your employee is stranded abroad

Is your employee flying back later than expected? Here’s what you should do.

September 2019

Q&A: Can I refuse to make a reasonable adjustment if I can’t afford it?

For the second blog in our employment law series, we look at whether it’s possible to reject a reasonable adjustment request because of the cost.