Employsure ranks high on Financial Review’s Top 50 Most Innovative Companies
2016 has been a huge year for Employsure, with one of our top achievements seeing us ranked 13th on the Australian Financial Review’s (AFR) 50 Most Innovative Companies. We feel incredibly fortunate to be celebrating this tremendous milestone.
Over 1,000 companies entered the contest, so to be ranked in the Top 50 is an enormous honour for us. We were listed among many notable Australian organisations, including the CSIRO, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Metro Trains Melbourne and Leo Burnett Sydney, to name a few.
Judged and compiled by Inventium, the process was handled by a panel of industry experts and industry analysts, with each company submitting their top two innovations and answering a series of open-ended questions. The judges ranked each innovation based on a number of key areas, such as:
Based on these results, over 1,000 entries were then narrowed down to the final Top 50.
Our innovative approach to providing small to medium enterprises with solutions for their employment relations and health and safety was met with much praise by the judges.
The panel acknowledged our streamlined approach to giving employers easily accessible support and information, thanks to our unlimited day or night advice line and specialist Employment Relations and Work Health and Safety Consultants. These services have helped over 10,500 employers develop a greater understanding of workplace practices,giving them the knowledge and confidence they need to lead successful businesses.
Our cost-effective approach has also provided small to medium enterprises access to information that was once extremely costly. Therefore, businesses can avoid taking risks and talk to an industry professional any time they need it. Whether they are dealing with problematic employees, need help with writing employment contracts or assistance with their health and safety obligation, we are here to help them.
Some of the many common issues Employsure deal with include employment contracts, health and safety checks, advising employers’ on updates to legislation, bullying and harassment, and wage rates.
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