Hospitality is about making customers feel welcome, satisfied and keen to come back again with their friends and family. Employment Innovations has proven industry solutions that combine payroll, human resources, compliance and HR software under our unique workforce management solution, enabling you to offload time-consuming tasks and focus on your customer service.
Hospitality businesses are highly regulated from their liquor licensing to food safety, not to mention employment laws and regulations – getting this wrong can result in underpayments that both jeopardise profitability and brand. Hospitality employers are also confronted with varying safety risks, whether working in the kitchen, out on the floor among revelling patrons or at the end of a long busy shift on their feet.
Employment Innovations also offer migration services helping hospitality employers navigate through recent changes affecting their ability to sponsor skilled workers, particularly chefs.
The team at EI are passionate about making employment easier for hospitality businesses across Australia.
INDUSTRY PROVEN TOOLS
We work with a number of different rostering, time and attendance platforms designed for hospitality employers that can be integrated with our HR and payroll solutions.
We employ over 3,000 hospitality workers under our workforce management solution for over 100 hospitality venues.
THE COMPLETE SOLUTION
The secret to growing a great hospitality business is simplicity and we can offer a broad range of services under one roof.
SPEAK TO AN INDUSTRY EXPERT
Head of Client Strategy
“I am passionate about providing strategic direction and clarity to hospitality clients of all sizes.”
Client Strategy Manager
“I have been a part of the hospitality industry for over 20 years and joined the EI team after seeing what they could do for me, as a client.”
Head of Migration
“I understand the critical role that overseas workers play to fill important skills gaps for Australian hospitality employers and the need to secure talent faster, with minimal fuss.”
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HR, PAYROLL, COMPLIANCE & LEGAL EXPERTISE PLUS HR SOFTWARE IN ONE SIMPLE SUBSCRIPTION