Staff

Quick-start guide for new employers

So you’re going to start employing staff. That’s great, this usually means your small business is booming, so well done to you! Before you don your employer’s hat however, you need to make sure that you have all of your ducks in a row. There are quite a few things you need to do so to that end, we have created a quick-start guide for new employers. Our guide will tell you what you need to know, supply crucial documents and provide links to important information. Pop this blog link in your favourites for quick access as you will find it useful each time you on-board a new staff member.

Like it? Share it!

Introducing our new staff member, Ellie Ryan

Sadly, early in January 2017 my bookkeeping assistant, Tash Hilton, decided bookkeeping was not for her and left e-BAS Accounts. We wish Tash well as she endeavours to undertake a career as a Bowen Therapist. It was definitely a battle getting through the Oct-Dec 2016 BAS pile without her during February and the stress levels were very high around here as a result! I thought I would have to go through the whole process of advertising, interviewing, trialling, training etc. again, but luckily for me, I haven’t had to bother! My daughter suggested I call her friend, Ellie Ryan who is a trained bookkeeper. Long story short, Ellie has been trying out with e-BAS Accounts these last few weeks and has turned out to be a perfect fit. I am very lucky indeed. Ellie is currently studying a dual Certificate IV in Financial Services (Bookkeeping & Accounting) and is aiming to become a BAS Agent. Her completed hours with e-BAS Accounts will assist her with her registration when the time comes. I am very happy to be a part of her bookkeeping journey and hope her skills and knowledge improve during her time with us.

Just as I did with Tash Hilton, I have decided to introduce Ellie here via a short interview so you can get to know her. So here it is, my interview with Ellie, my new staff member:

Like it? Share it!
Scroll to Top