Do you know where you are going?
24 October 2018
A strategic plan is a broad picture of where the committee and management want the club to be in the future, it is long term planning at its best. A strategic plan can be used to guide the committee and management in making those tricky board room decision, while also supporting the culture of the club from the committee through to front line staff.
A strategic plan will describe the direction for the club and the forces likely to change your club’s business in the immediate future. Strategic planning concerns anything that will bring results from 1 year to 5 years or beyond.
How the Clubs New Zealand App can support your club and add value for your members
23 October 2018
The Clubs New Zealand National Database Project and Mobile App are continuing to grow as more and more clubs and members are getting on board. We now have a number of clubs who are part the National Database and are actively promoting the app to their members, in addition to this we are receiving multiple requests every day from members wanting to sign into the app in order to access their digital membership card and find the clubs nearest them wherever their travels take them.
Below we will explore just a couple of ways the National Database and App can support your club, the club community as a whole, add value to your membership offering and how your club can get involved.
Get Ready for the 2018 Club Management Conference
18 October 2018
It’s almost time to get inspired, have fun, and chew the fat with fellow managers at the 2018 Club Management Conference hosted by Timaru Town & Country Club.
Below is some brief information to help get you prepared for the conference next week. If you have any questions before you hit the road please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or jump onto the Club Managers Group Facebook Page - remember Keith is looking for those curly questions to throw at the Group during the Q&A session - you can ask your questions on the Managers Group Facebook Page or email them directly to email@example.com
Bullying...claims and issues
18 October 2018
Over the past few years, we have seen a focus on addressing bullying in workplaces. In 2014 comprehensive Best Practice Guidelines were released by OSH (the predecessor to WorkSafe) and these were recently updated in March 2017 to reflect the introduction of the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015.
Is Your POS Fit For Purpose?
18 October 2018
Is your POS delivering all that it could? POS Technology is moving fast!
In the days when your POS was your cash register, it occupied a position at the end of your sales process. Since then, POS has shifted considerably, and now sits in a much more central position. Today’s POS now handles far more than the receipt of cash – inventory control, workforce rostering and management, accounting, sales analysis and even venue display signage. Here are a few features that may have improved since your POS system was last upgraded:
11 October 2018
Preparation for the worst-case scenario is a recipe for success.
When food is plentiful, a squirrel will take nuts and bury them so it has sufficient food for the tough winter months ahead. When times are good, it is human nature to enjoy the ride. But the good times never last forever and, when times get tough, it pays to have planned ahead.
How to create a data-driven strategy to fire up your business
11 October 2018
We are now living in a world that is increasingly driven by data thanks to the emergence of digital and cloud-based technologies and the proliferation of social mobility. As a result, there's a dizzying amount of data at our fingertips.
Labour Day - Monday 22 October 2018
4 October 2018
Labour Day is fast approaching and this year falls on Monday 22nd October (fourth Monday in October). Labour Day is always observed on the day it falls and is not subject to 'mondayisation', calculating employee entitlements for labour day should be simple and can be done with the click of a button in most payroll systems.
2018 Club Management Conference - The Count Down Begins
3 October 2018
Registrations for the 2018 Club Management Conference have now closed and the count down is on for a fantastic few days of presentations, learning, catching up and chatting about the Club Industry.
Introduction and launch of the National MVE Administration Service
19 September 2018
The Ministry of Health recently contracted The Salvation Army Oasis to provide a Multi Venue Exclusion (MVE) National Administration Service (NAS). This was the result of a review (conducted by a group made up of the Ministry, DIA, industry and provider representatives) of how the MVE process was operating around New Zealand. The review identified a number of issues and inconsistent practices and included a recommendation that a national MVE administration service be established to manage the administrative part of the MVE process. The Salvation Army were awarded the contract following a competitive procurement process.
Commercial AV Supply Co. - Technology is our Passion - Supplying it is our Craft
18 September 2018
Clubs New Zealand is excited to have partnered with Commercial Audio Visual Supply Co.
Commercial Audio Visual Supply Co. are a 100% NZ owned company run by individuals with over 30 years’ experience in the commercial audio visual field. We specialise in hospitality supply utilising the best products from the world’s leading manufacturers of audio visual equipment.
Domestic Violence Victims Legislation
17 September 2018
You will likely have heard, due to the significant media coverage which this legislation has attracted, that the Domestic Violence Victims’ Protection Bill was passed on 25 July 2018 and will come into effect on 1 April 2019.