10 ways Employsure can assist your business today
1. Unlimited access to 24/7 Advice
There is something comforting in knowing that whatever the circumstance, whatever the hour, help is literally at your fingertips. Call us anytime on 1300 651 415
2. Documentation updates
Employee contracts, handbooks and workplace policies all need updating at times, whether it is due to business changes or anything else. We can help you manage this change and update your documents accordingly.
3. Wage rates and Modern Award reviews
Your employees are a very important resource. Make sure you are paying them correctly.
4. Legislative updates
Stay ahead of the ever changing legislation. We will save you the headache by providing easy to understand updates, as and when they happen.
5. Daily workplace news via social media
Follow us on social media and stay updated with the latest workplace news. It is an easy way to stay connected.
6. Work health and safety (WHS) tips
With more than 30 years combined experience, we can help you stay up-to-date with relevant WHS requirements, as well as providing helpful advice and tips to mitigate any potential risk in your workplace.
7. Access to training, seminars and webinars
The best way to empower your business is through knowledge and we are constantly running educational events and training to assist you. Click here to find out more.
8. Real case studies
You are never alone. We are proud of the service we offer and love sharing inspiring client stories. Read more here.
9. Monthly newsletter with helpful tools
Our newsletter, The Bottom Line, provides useful, informative and relevant content. If you are not receiving the newsletter yet, sign up here.
10. Free online guides
We offer a generous range of free, easy to understand guides that are useful when it comes to common employee management and work health and safety topics. Find the answers to your questions here.
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