Employment Hero stories
Wiise partners with Endeavour & Thyme to bolster NZ market
Cloud ERP platform Wiise partners with New Zealand tech providers Endeavour and Thyme Technologies, aiming to streamline the operations of NZ's SMBs.
Employment Hero hits $100bn global payroll, expands to 144 countries
Employment Hero surges past $100bn in global payroll, extending its Global Teams service to enable skill-based remote working in 144 countries amid its growth.
Employment Hero and Sage partner to aid Australian SMEs growth
Employment Hero and Sage forge a strategic global partnership to harmonise payroll, HR, and financial management for Australia's SMEs, aiding compliance with employment law changes.
Wiise & Employment Hero partner to simplify payroll for NZ SMBs
Cloud ERP provider Wiise partners with New Zealand's HR platform Employment Hero to streamline payroll processes for SMBs.
Tech sector rebalances after period of unsustainable growth, says index
New data suggests a 'correction' in the Australian tech sector as valuations and salaries stabilise after unsustainable growth.
Half of small biz HRs are worried about losing their job to AI
Almost half of HR leaders are worried AI will take their jobs, but 76% say it streamlines workflows and makes their job easier.
ValueFlow and Employment Hero sign new partnership
ValueFlow and Employment Hero have signed a new partnership that looks to offer Payroll services in the APJ region.
Flow on effects of remote working benefitting Aussie workers
Remote working has helped soften the blow of excessive costs of living, rising interest rates, and the housing crisis.
Employment Hero completes funding following KeyPay acquisition
Employment Hero, the employment as a service provider, has raised $181m in funding, following its recent acquisition of KeyPay.
Kiwi workers ready to quit unless shown dollar signs - report
New research reveals that 50% of Kiwi workers plan to look for a new job in the next year, with 39% planning to do so in the next six months.
Remote working core element of future of work, report finds
94% of Australian employees want to work remotely, according to a report by Employment Hero. The survey also revealed an increase in hybrid working.
Aus-based employment platform raises AU$22m in funding round
Aussie Employment Hero nets AU$22m, eyes global expansion with SEEK-led Series C boost.