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Risk Case Study: Orange City Council

Improving Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) in public sector organisations   Orange City Council is situated approximately 250 kilometres west of Sydney and is home to 40,000 citizens. The locality is a thriving city with 12 elected Councillors and a dedicated full-time, seasonal, and volunteer workforce.

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Project Case Study: City of Boroondara

Read how the City of Boroondara implemented the Pulse Software Corporate Planning & Reporting Module to enhance and improve the efficiency of its corporate planning and reporting functions as well as provide transparency across the organisation.  

Managing the needs of a changing workforce

The challenges faced by organisations due to the rapid migration from an office-based workforce to a working-from-home environment are arguably some of the most complex in recent history.   The ongoing consequences of COVID-19 cannot be disregarded and there is now more need than ever to streamline outdated, often manual methods of managing an organisation’s […]

Paperless onboarding: a proven strategy for getting new hires off to a flying start

By Iolanda Hazell Imagine you could design the ideal new employee on-boarding experience. What would it look like?   It’s a question that keeps HR practitioners like myself up at night. After many years working with businesses of all sizes, it’s clear what we all want is a way to save time, budget and eliminate […]

Onboarding and reboarding – best practice with a distributed workforce

With the COVID-19 pandemic affecting operations worldwide, many Australian organisations had to quickly, and dramatically, change the nature in which they did business. For many, this meant a shift to remote working, with large numbers of personnel having to make the adjustment to work from home.

Three easy ways to welcome (and keep!) new starters in your organisation

One in five people quit within the first 45 days. That first month can influence a new starter’s decision to stay or resign. Avoid the risk of this happening to your company and keep them engaged! These three easy steps can make all the difference.

Chief Executive Officer appointment

Pulse Software today announced that co-founder, Thomas Rajanayagam, has assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer, effective July 1st 2020. This is in line with the organisational transformation plan which commenced with the formation of the executive team in the 2018/19 fiscal year.