Description: Telephone: 0437 940 014 or Say Hello We want every workplace in Australia to be safe and fair. Our vision is to help every business access quality advice on Workplace Relations and WHS. When we say every business, we mean it. We are focussed on small to medium sized businesses, which are the backbone of the Australian economy. In order to realise this vision, we have revolutionised the way business owners get help with their employees, wages and WHS. Business owners were essentially on their own, left to wrestle with one of the most complicated Workplace Relations and wages systems in the world. When issues arise, small businesses may be forced to seek advice, which is an expense they may not be able to afford at the time. Seeking advice reactively does not necessarily suit small businesses. It may cause emotional stress and financial pain. It gives you advice that is too limited, too expensive, and too late. We wanted to help by giving the right advice, at the right time, at the right price for you. How do we know that the old way of doing things was so broken? Because we saw it first-hand. Employsure’s founder, Ed Mallett, used to be an employment law barrister. He had a thriving practice and he gave advice to hundreds of clients, but, a problem was identified that needed to be fixed. There was a mismatch between the fees that were being charged and the problems that were being solved. The traditional business model for getting legal support simply didn’t adequately meet the needs of the clients. Employsure was created to help solve that problem. Who are we? Jump forward to today, Employsure is a team of more than 300 advisers and consultants across Australia and New Zealand. We are one of the largest providers of Workplace Relations, and Health and Safety services in Australia. We work with more than 30,000 businesses. Last year, we took a higher volume of calls from businesses than the Fair Work Ombudsman. Our expert team is made up of different specialists from a variety of different backgrounds including unions, industrial associations and large corporations. Australia has one of the most complicated industrial relations systems in the world. We know it inside out. That is why our approval rating is 99%.
Publish Date: 12-09-21