Managing difficult conversations, dealing with tricky staff, and handling payroll issues are all part of a day’s work for HR professionals, but for one Queensland firm Australia’s digital currency Qoin is taking the headache out of cashflow concerns.
“A lot of our clients are small businesses with limited cashflow, so by accepting payment in Qoin, they may be more willing to consider us and give us a go,” HR Dynamics co-director Phoebe Kitto said.
HR Dynamics was established 13 years ago by Ms Kitto and her co-director Rebecca Wright. Out of their offices in Maroochydore and Cairns the company provides general human resources and industrial relations support to a cross-section of businesses across the Sunshine State.
“We were surprised by how many businesses are a part of Qoin. Digital currency is something we never considered before, but we realised it’s the way of the future.”
HR Dynamics sells template forms and handbooks on Qoin and accept the digital currency for consultations of up to three hours, with the first being free.
On the whole the company offers a broad range of specialist advice and services, including pay and desktop HR audits, drafting of contracts and policies, leadership coaching, workplace mediation and investigation, and staff engagement surveys.
“We fill the space ensuring that business owners understand the awards, the rates of pay and how to manage staffing issues,” Ms Kitto added.
“We do all the hard HR work, including having difficult conversations, and making sure that businesses have good policies and systems in place.”
With a lot of clients in remote areas and metro areas throughout Queensland, the nine-strong team hopes that by joining Qoin more businesses will be more proactive and get in touch with them.
“We like the Qoin model, encompassing a community and a shop, that is very much focused on supporting small business.”
To arrange a consultation or to learn more, check out the company website at www.hrdynamics.com.au