Good workers don't blame tools, so don't blame software for wage theft

Australian Financial Review - Jarrod McGrath

As some of Australia’s largest employers reel from the underpayment scandal that has run riot in recent weeks, some have been quick to blame the software they decided to purchase.

The adage of "a good craftsman never blames his tools" comes to mind here. Businesses shouldn’t blame the software they’re using if they’ve failed to get their own processes in place or if they haven’t configured them to manage their varying enterprise agreements. The level of inefficiency in many businesses can be truly shocking.

Find out more by viewing the completed article in the Australian Financial Review

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Jarrod McGrath is an internationally recognized public speaker, thought leader and author on HCM topics including productivity, efficiency, technology, digital transformation and future trends. Jarrod leads inspiring conversations about the future of work, millennials in the workforce, innovation, and entrepreneurial thinking with audiences across the globe. Jarrod is quoted in key media, including CEO magazine and various HR magazines. Jarrod is author of “The Digital Workforce”, a book that documents his experiences and industry war stories from delivering people related programs of work. Jarrod defines a process to deliver these people initiatives through a customer lens with supporting customer, vendor and AI futurist interviews. Find out more at smartwfm.com/digitalworkforce. Jarrod is also Founder and CEO of Smart WFM, a leading service provider in the provision of HCM people related strategy and implementation consulting. Jarrod can be contacted on +61 2 8379 1292 or speaking@smartwfm.com. View all posts by Jarrod McGrath