North Queensland Specialists

Integrated Human Resource, Training and Recruitment services

Recruitment Services

We can assist you with recruiting services across all sectors, from mining and blue-collar industries to government/private/corporate office and service-relatedprofessionals.

Labour-Hire : Temporary : Permanent : Part-time

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TP Human Capital is one of the region’s most respected corporate training providers to small-to-largebusinesses, including the likes of BAE, Wilmar Sugar, BHP Billiton and
James Cook University.

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Human Resources

TP Human Capital was founded to help organisations manage their human resources (HR) more effectively.  Our clients recognise the key role that their people play in achieving organisational success and the need for specialist knowledge and consulting expertise in the HR area.

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Prize Money split Melbourne Cup 2023 – incentives for winning.

By tphcmanager | November 8, 2023

Incentive pay Melbourne Cup 2023 Our office had a discussion yesterday regarding who gets what in relation to the prize money split from yesterdays race. Obviously, the jockey, trainers, etc…

Australian Labor Government’s Industrial Relations Reforms Criticized

By Clayton Cook | August 7, 2023

Australian Federal Labor Government Neglecting Productivity Introduction: In a recent turn of events, the Australian government’s industrial relations (IR) reforms have come under intense scrutiny, with the Ai Group, the…

Minimum Wage Rises 8.6% to $882.80 a Week, Raising Concerns on Inflation and Interest Rates

By tphcmanager | August 7, 2023

In July 2023, the Fair Work Commission (FWC) announced a substantial 8.6% increase in Australia’s minimum wage, raising it to $882.80 per 38-hour work week. Full-time workers will now receive…

Government announces pathway to permanent employment for 850,000 casual workers : AHRI

By tphcmanager | August 7, 2023

By Phoebe Armstrong

Ai Group slams lack of productivity gains in Labors IR reforms

By tphcmanager | August 4, 2023

Ai Group slams lack of productivity gains in IR reforms The Australian government is facing accusations of pushing a "union agenda" as the national employers’ organisation criticised the industrial relations…

Overburdened Aussie SME Owners Need Improved Policy Design for Workplace Safety

By tphcmanager | August 2, 2023

Insight: JULY 21, 2023 In light of the Robodebt fallout, it’s become clear that policy considerations need to extend beyond financials and politics. We need to place human wellbeing at…

Labor’s Fumbled Attempt at Redefining Casual Work Conversions

By tphcmanager | August 2, 2023

AUGUST 2, 2023 misjudged industrial relations protocols MINISTER TONY BURKE. Australian businesses may soon be burdened with a perplexing set of rules concerning the conversion of casual workers to permanent…

Queensland’s low unemployment continues (April 2023)

By tphcmanager | April 14, 2023

  Queensland’s unemployment rate is 3.8 per cent as at March 2023 Well below pre-COVID-19 rate of 5.6% in March 2020 228,500 more Queenslanders now employed compared to pre-COVID levels…

Untangling the Web of Australia’s Complex Employee-Centric Industrial Relations Laws: A Tale of Frustration and Reform. 2023

By Clayton Cook | April 14, 2023

Welcome to another edition of our in-depth look at the world of business and employment in Australia. In this post, we’ll be examining the complex and employee-centric industrial relations laws…

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By tphcmanager | March 15, 2023

15 March 2023 The unemployment rate across the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) remained at 4.9% in January 2023, the seventh consecutive month at this record low since…

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Effective human capital management equates to increased profitability and organisational success.