Employment Hero co-founder and CEO Ben Thompson. Source: supplied The latest raise values the 5-year-old startup at more than $100 million SEEK, OneVentures, and AirTree Ventures contributed once again The funds will help facilitate strategic integrations with SEEK, and international expansion, as well as developing the “WorkLife Passport” product, which simplifies things such as super… Read more »
As we get ready to properly dive into the work year, we asked a couple of Australian startup CEOs what they’re working on, and what business concerns might be keeping them up at night in 2019:
Sydney human resources startup Employment Hero has raised $8 million in a Series B round co-led by Seek and OneVentures, with participation from existing backers AirTree Ventures and AMP.
Employment Hero has announced a partnership with ANZ that will see its HR technology rolled out to ANZ’s small business customers.
Sydney human resource [HR] startup Employment Hero has announced the addition of AirTree Ventures to its list of VCs and has also extended its over-subscribed $3 million capital raise by 50 percent.
Payroll and employee benefits platform Employment Hero has today announced it has raised $3 million in its first funding round from OneVentures, with participation from AMP New Ventures.
To transform the way businesses manage HR is an Australian first all-in-one HR benefits and payroll platform Employment Hero. The platform works to simultaneously benefit both employers and their employees through a system of rewards that most small to medium sized employers have never before been offered.
Employment Innovations (EI) in Sydney is a major outsourced player in the legal payroll and HR field – so to avoid being eaten, they took action. EI built their own cloud platform and transformed its huge knowledge base into a range of products and applications, it’s called Employment Hero. What does it provide? A virtual HR and legal team for small businesses, allowing them to manage employment without the stress.