CAREWithPrecision

“The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.” – Phil Jackson

At Precision, we live and breathe our Corporate Culture. We also know what there is more to life than work.

Our workplace wellness program, CAREWithPrecision has been developed internally by our Team and provides our staff, clients and community with tools that can make a tangible impact on their entire life, beyond the walls of Precision.

Our workplace wellness program has increased morale, reduced absenteeism, provided the basis to promote causes for which we are most passionate — for example, the prevention of domestic violence, workplace safety and mental health.

CAREWithPrecision has received attention from the highest levels of our Federal Government. Precision was invited to promote our health and wellbeing program and be a voice representing small business at a series of Mental Health roundtables in Canberra which have lead to the launch in December 2019, of the Federal Government’s My Business Health initiative. CAREWithPrecision received recognition from our accounting industry after being named a finalist in the 2019 Accountants Daily Awards Wellness Program/Initiative of the Year category.

At Precision, we believe that hard work and loyalty brings success and that success should be rewarded and celebrated. It’s not just about celebrating the big things, but all the little victories along the way. At Precision, the celebration of our hard work and achievements is paramount to our Corporate Culture and a foundation of Care With Precision.

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HAPPY PLACE: PTAM’s workplace wellness program, CARE With Precision, has brought an awareness to not only issues that are vital for employees in the workplace but also their health and safety in general.

Precision Taxation Accounting & Management (PTAM)  is the Building and Construction Industry ‘accountants of choice’ for Newcastle and Lake Macquarie. 

Established in January 2014, the firm achieved great success this year, being named Business of the Year at the 2018 Lake Macquarie Business Excellence Awards.

It also took out the Excellence in Digital Technology award while Chief Operations Officer, Kelly Eke,  won the Excellence in Customer Service by an Individual. 

Success for the Warners Bay-based business has been built on two platforms, according to  Principal Peter McCarthy: a no-nonsense approach to helping small business owners and individuals reach their financial goals, and a holistic focus on providing employees with a safe, happy, healthy, engaging work environment.

“We have a strong commitment to workplace health and safety,” Mr McCarthy explains. “I see the commitment to creating systems designed to ensure compliance around areas of Work, Health and Safety not as simply something I need to do to tick the box.

“I see this as an opportunity to create a better business for my staff, my clients and for anyone who deals with Precision.”

Award-winning Chief Operations Officer  Kelly Eke has leveraged the firm’s corporate culture to design a program called “CARE With Precision”.

This program encompasses areas of safe work practices, healthy living at work and mental health.

“We spend so many hours at work it is important to reduce Workplace Environment Stress as much as possible,” Ms Eke said. 

“In the accounting industry we have very demanding deadlines with government agencies such as the ATO or ASIC, for instance, on top of that working closely with our small business clients and advising on issues that they are facing in their respective industries can be very overwhelming on a daily basis.

“Developing and Implementing our workplace wellness program called CARE With Precision has brought an awareness to not only issues that are vital for us in the workplace but also our health and safety in general.”

The team’s commitment to workplace health and safety and the creation of its CARE With Precision program led to PTAM being invited by Hunter-based institute  Everymind to present at a Small Business round table in Parliament House, chaired by the Minister for Small and Family Business, Skills and Vocational Education – Senator Michaelia Cash, earlier this month.

“With many of our clients operating in high-risk industries like building and construction, I feel we have a responsibility to share with our clients what we have learned in this space,” Mr McCarthy said.

NEWCASLTE HERALD

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