Employment management made simple with cloud computing

ThinkEIWhile all employers are expected to understand and comply with the obligations of Australia’s workplace laws, the challenges of doing so are immense. But a new cloud-based system is helping SME owners with those challenges.

While all employers are expected to understand and comply with the obligations of Australia’s workplace laws, the challenges of doing so are immense. But a new cloud-based system is helping SME owners with those challenges.

The simple fact is that Australian small business owners are short on time and resources in this area. The anxiety, and the time spent trying to navigate this legislative maze is often a costly diversion from running and growing the core business.

In an ideal world, every Australian business would have access to HR and legal expertise to ensure compliance and provide advice on how to avoid any downfalls from a failure to comply or a lack of strategy.

These resources traditionally have been costly, and therefore typically reserved for big businesses. But that’s about to change.

With cloud technology eating up the world of professional services, small business owners have become the real winners. HR and legal business services are now more accessible and affordable than ever. Employment Hero, a cloud-based employment management platform, was launched earlier this year to make managing employment easier for small businesses.

“We want to give Australia’s small businesses the ultimate employment management platform without all the overheads,” Employment Hero’s founder Ben Thompson explains. “We think we can help small businesses grow by removing the headaches and anxiety associated with being an employer.”

Employment Hero serves as a revolutionary employee management platform. It is a place to store secure employee files, create and store contracts, policies and other HR documents, or to tackle performance management. Behind the Employment Hero platform, there is a team of specialised employment lawyers, HR and payroll experts who can be contacted when a little more help or tailored solutions are needed.

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