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By Kelly Tutbury

Leading Tauranga Accounting Firm Tutbury and Associates Join Forces with Employsure for an Insightful Seminar

By Ciaran Warner

Accounting firm Tutbury and Associates have teamed up with Employsure, an employment management company, to host a seminar on employment law and management, as a means of enlightening fellow business owners and reminding them of the do’s and don’ts of employment law.

Hosted by Employsure, the seminar details many of the pitfalls and small details often overlooked by businesses, particularly smaller ones, when it came to ensuring compliance with employment law when dealing with employees.

Among the many topics covered are health and safety, employee policies, the termination process, and personal grievances.

Kelly Tutbury, Managing Director and Accountant at Tutbury and Associates, said she welcomed the opportunity to work with Employsure, who have been advising Tutbury and Associates on their own employment management for some time.

“They’ve been really good for us,” says Kelly. “The best part is definitely being able to call them up about anything, at any time.”

Kelly says the seminar acts as a good add-on for clients, allowing those who attend to ask questions pertinent to their own business, and share some of their own experiences with dealing with employees.

Employsure pride themselves on being proactive, rather than reactive, when it comes to managing employer/employee relationships or disputes.

“We prefer to be the ambulance at the top of the hill, where so many companies are at the bottom,” says Alex Knowles of Employsure, one of the hosts of the seminar.

The next seminar will take place on September 5th, starting at 8:30am at the Trinity Wharf at 51 Dive Crescent, Tauranga.

Tutbury and Associates are a group composed of young accountants, who specialize in helping burgeoning businesses, and are dedicated to providing quality service and advice when needed.

To find out more about their services, visit them here.

 

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Phone: 07 576 2194

Email: admin@tutburyassociates.co.nz

Address:  23 Myres Street Tauranga

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By Kelly Tutbury

Tauranga-based accounting experts Tutbury & Associates Limited announce Facebook Giveaway.

Tauranga-based accounting experts Tutbury & Associates Limited announce Facebook Giveaway.

In an exciting announcement, the accounting experts  at Tauranga-based Tutbury & Associates Limited are giving away a $200 The Warehouse voucher on their Facebook page.

“To celebrate the launch of our new look Facebook page, we are excited to giveaway a $200 voucher at The Warehouse Voucher to one lucky winner,” says Kelly Tutbury, Accountant and Managing Director at Tutbury & Associates Limited.

To be in with a chance of securing this great prize, you are invited to go the Tutbury & Associates Limited Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/tutburyassociates/ and follow these three steps:

  1. Like the Tutbury & Associates Limited Facebook page.
  2. Tag a friend in the comment on the post about the giveaway.
  3. Share the post for an extra entry.

Have personal, business and commercial accountancy needs? Tutbury & Associates Limited can expertly assist you. The cloud-based Tutbury & Associates offer their professional business advisory services nationwide.

With innovation and technology listed as their key motivators, Tutbury & Associates Limited can help you achieve goals with business planning, cashflow management, quarterly coaching, monthly coaching, KPI improvement, marketing plans, value-based selling and succession planning.

“We also focus on assisting our clients with compilation, financial planning, taxation, business accounting, family trusts and Xero bundles,” adds Kelly.

The contest ends on 19/06/2018, so make sure you get your entries in before then to win this fantastic prize.

If you want to achieve more in the new financial year then speak to the friendly experts Tutbury & Associates Limited today.

About Tutbury & Associates Limited.

Tutbury & Associates Limited has worked hard to build their reputation of excellent customer service by working interactively with their clients and making sure that their clients get value for money. They are ideal for ideal for trades people, or anyone who wants to grow their business.

Contact Tutbury & Associates Limited:

Phone: 07 576 2194

Email: admin@tutburyassociates.co.nz

Address:  23 Myres Street Tauranga

Website: http://tutburyassociates.co.nz

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tutburyassociates/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tutburyassociatesltd/

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By Kelly Tutbury

Tauranga-based Tutbury & Associates Limited are your accounting experts.

The friendly and professional experts at Tutbury & Associates Limited can assist you with personal, business and commercial accountancy needs.

With an emphasis of technology and innovation, the Tutbury & Associates Limited team boasts a great mix of youthful and progressive attitudes combined with years of accounting training and experience. “Our aim is to minimize your tax and help you grow your business,” says Kelly Tutbury, Accountant and Managing Director at Tutbury & Associates Limited.

Though they are based in Tauranga, Tutbury & Associates Limited are cloud-based so that they can assist clients across New Zealand.

Ideal for trades people, or anyone who wants to grow their business, Tutbury & Associates Limited offers expert services in compilation, financial planning, taxation, business accounting, family trusts and Xero bundles.

Though most people dislike doing their taxes, whether it be business or personal, the tax guru’s Tutbury & Associates Limited can make this process a breeze.

“We can assist you with all your taxation needs and liaise directly with the Inland Revenue on your behalf,” advises Kelly. They can take you through your income tax and provisional tax and will keep you reminded of your important dates.

Tutbury & Associates Limited believe in always ‘walking the talk’ so they are more than happy to roll up their sleeves and meet you on site to get a better understanding of how your business runs. “From this we will be able to give you valuable input on where we think you can save money or grow your business,” adds Kelly.

Kelly has owned Tutbury & Associates Limited for the last three years, which has seen a tremendous business growth by 25 per cent over the last 18 months

Tutbury & Associates Limited has worked hard to build their reputation of excellent customer service by working interactively with their clients and making sure that their clients get value for money.

Contact Tutbury & Associates Limited:
Phone: 07 576 2194
Email: admin@tutburyassociates.co.nz
Address:  23 Myres Street Tauranga
Website: http://tutburyassociates.co.nz
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tutburyassociates/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tutburyassociatesltd/
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTYBVKrnJdeuxPLwnjDejfw
Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/114723736893906149541
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/tutburyassociatesltd/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TutburyAssoc
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/13728219/admin/overview/
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By Kelly Tutbury

Is technology making you less efficient?

“For a list of all the ways technology has failed to improve the quality of life, please press three.” ~ Alice Kahn

If you feel overwhelmed by the sheer volume of technological gadgets out there, never mind apps and other digital “solutions”, you’re not alone. Technology sprawl and the rabbit hole of more and more information, available all the time, is making productivity—and healthy downtime—a real challenge for many of us.

Although we may be quicker at completing redundant tasks, more time is wasted managing all our different apps and technologies—and more of us live in a near constant state of distraction.

Maintaining focus on the job is increasingly difficult in the era of social media, chat apps, games, and the ability to search anything at any time—whether related to the task at hand or not.

Recent research shows that on average office workers switch between tasks roughly every three minutes. Half of those “task switches” were not because the phone rang or someone stopped by with a question—they were self-interruptions.

The same study showed that when an interruption is related to the primary task, it isn’t a problem for the worker to maintain focus when the interruption ends. But when people have to “shift their cognitive resources” to a new task, it takes longer to remember where they were, refocus, and regain momentum.

Online multitasking

Another source of distraction that costs workers time and energy is task switching on their computers. A University of California, Irvine study found that people who work at their computers switch between applications about 400 times per day.

If your team isn’t working across the same devices, platforms, and apps, imagine the increased inefficiency as workers waste more time dealing with incompatibility issues. For anyone moving between a number of decentralized apps during the work day the cost is mental exhaustion—which can lead to increased lack of focus and even less productivity. If you need help working on which apps are essential please contact us on http://tutburyassociates.co.nz/contact/ we will certainly help point you in the right direction.


The fact is, no matter how much we’d like to improve our productivity, multitasking is a myth; most humans can only perform one task well at a time.

If you must use a computer at work, to help minimize the temptation to check Facebook or random search, give ShotClock, a monotasking app a try—or Freedom, an app that blocks all digital distractions so you can focus on just what’s in front of you.

Another tip is to batch email rather than reading and responding to messages continually. Sending email twice a day—once in the morning and again in the afternoon—will train people not to expect to hear from you instantly, creating more reasonable (and sane) expectations. For our own personal and collective wellbeing, no one can or should be available to work around the clock.

Perhaps most important of all, be sure to unplug and rest your mind each day. And be good to yourself by taking a health break each year. A week or two of time off, away from work email and other stress-inducing distractions, will do more to increase your productivity than any app.

Leading Tauranga Accounting Firm Tutbury and Associates Join Forces with Employsure for an Insightful Seminar
Tauranga-based accounting experts Tutbury & Associates Limited announce Facebook Giveaway.
Tauranga-based Tutbury & Associates Limited are your accounting experts.
Is technology making you less efficient?