HR SOLUTIONS FOR THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY
WE CAN HELP YOU SAVE UP TO 15%* IN HR AND WORKFORCE MANAGEMENT COSTS AND AT THE SAME TIME MANAGE YOUR COMPLIANCE OBLIGATIONS.
Too busy managing rosters and payroll to be 100% confident in your compliance?
Let us ease your workload by handling all your HR key tasks to not only save you time but also ensure your compliance risks are managed.
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.
Having the right HR and workforce management system in place is absolutely critical to the success of your business. Employment innovations can make this a reality.
Employment Innovations also has proven industry subscription solutions that combine outsourced payroll, human resources management, compliance and paperless end-to-end HR systems, enabling you to offload time-consuming tasks and focus on your customer service.
^ National Hospitality Industry Campaign (Wave 2) report – June 2015, Fair Work Ombudsman
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