Are you a Hands On Soloist that that loves the skill and craft of what your business provides or are you The Manager/CEO type, a great mentor and leader that delegates important tasks to employees, or perhaps you are The Classic Entrepreneur that thrives on the adrenaline of a start-up environment. Take our two minute quiz and find out.
Here’s our no-nonsense guide to getting those checks done, so you can employ the best and get on with growing your company.
By Beatrice Whelan, Social Media & Content Specialist at Sage Update 15.51pm: We are delighted with the fantastic response we received on Twitter today. We have reached well in excess of 1,000 people tweeting using the hashtag #SageXmasGiving and we also had a few people tweeting using the hashtag #donateVdeP which was a great idea for […]
Who would have thought when I started my employment here as a shy 22 year old that over the next ten years Sage would see me through the purchase of a house, two babies and three positions!
The Sage Payroll team won Team Of the Year at this year’s Irish Contact Centre and Shared Services Awards. The CCMA Awards were held on Saturday 17th November in the Burlington Hotel, Dublin. The awards, hosted by CCMA Ireland, recognised the organisations that demonstrate best practice and ongoing commitment to excellence in the Irish Contact Centre and Shared Services sector.
Are you interested in blogging for Sage? We would love to hear from you. Our blog content editor is always on the look out for business owners and managers who want to share their story or business advice on the Sage blog. Just email your blog post or idea to [email protected]
One way to cover this peak time is to employ casual workers, on a short-term, temporary basis. However, you need to make sure you do it right. Here are our dos and don’ts of hiring seasonal workers.
I’m the new intern in the marketing department at Sage, and was asked to blog about my experiences so I’ve put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) to give you a glimpse into my first three weeks here.
A few weeks ago I was blown away by the energy and positivity behind the #irishbizparty Twitter activity so I decided to interview one of the people behind this positive force for Irish business on Twitter, Samantha Kelly of Funky Goddess.
When we look for examples of how to do businesses we are naturally inclined to look at the best performers in the market to see what strategies helped to get them where they are. What we sometimes forget is how our own and often seemingly insignificant experiences can provide the most valuable business lessons.