Workplaces all over the globe are going into shutdown mode with many people going into self-isolation as we continue to battle COVID-19.
Working from home can be great – no commuting, no small talk by the water cooler, you don’t even have to get dressed for work – but the solitude can also be a strain on mental health.
Australian Payroll Association sees this period of self-isolation and downtime as an opportunity to explore new avenues, such as online learning, and we think it’s important for others to keep learning and developing too. That’s why, for the next couple of months, we’re opening up some of our resources for you to use.
Five Things to do in Self-Isolation;
1. Read Profit from Payroll
Tracy Angwin’s best selling Profit from Payroll is now completely free to download. A must-read book for anyone who wants to understand how to minimise the cost of their payroll function, increase compliance and governance while creating value from their payroll outputs.
Sound good? Head here to get your free e-book
2. Watch a webinar
We recently hosted webinars with Athena Koelmeyer covering Annualised Salaries and Underpayments.
3. Test yourself
What better way to learn then testing your weaknesses? We’ve developed a Payroll Knowledge Assessment which can help identify weaknesses in your payroll knowledge. Valued at $625, for the month of April, we’re giving everyone 50% discount! Use discount code APRIL_PKA to access your discount.
Click here and navigate to the Payroll Knowledge Assessment tab to test your payroll skills.
4. Get up-to-date
Our members enjoy regular updates about new legislation changes and hot topics. Download the latest March edition here. It’s completely FREE. You can become a member at our website.
5. Get Qualified
Want to take your payroll career to the next level but struggle to find the time? Now could be the perfect time to enrol in either the Certificate IV of Payroll Administration or the Diploma of Payroll Management. Until the end of April 2020, we’re giving a 10% discount on either the Certificate IV of Payroll Administration or the Diploma of Payroll Management.