COSBOA welcomes Workforce Guardian as new partner
The Council of Small Business of Australia (COSBOA) today welcomed Workforce Guardian as a new major partner and sponsor for the COSBOA Business Leaders Dinner with Rod Sims, Chairman of the ACCC and his Deputy Chairman and Commissioner responsible for Small Business, Michael Schaper.
The COSBOA Business Leaders Dinner will be held at The Brassey of Canberra, Macquarie Street, Barton, ACT on 25th March 2014 from 6.30pm to 9.30pm > Booking Enquiries.
Workforce Guardian is Australia's leading HR and employment relations service for employers.
"Typically small and even medium sized businesses cannot afford to employ a full time HR professional to help them hire, manage and exit employees in full compliance with Australian employment laws. It can also be very expensive to engage a lawyer or HR consultant to develop employment contracts, independent contractor agreements and other HR documents such as letters, forms, guides and checklists. With fines of up to $51,000 for all businesses, including small businesses, for breaches of the law, Workforce Guardian's easy to use and affordable subscription services offer big value for Australia's small business owners and operators." says David Bates, Managing Director of Workforce Guardian.
"Over 2 million people employ over 5 million other people in small businesses across Australia. With statistics showing that around half of small businesses fail within four years and people management sitting with cash flow and marketing as one of the key reasons for failure, Workforce Guardian is a smart and affordable HR solution for small business." says Peter Strong, Executive Director of Council of Small Business of Australia. "With Workforce Guardian, you can spend less time worrying about HR and more time running your business."
"Workforce Guardian is proud to welcome COSBOA as a partner along with other leading partners such as Telstra, Xero, ADP, The Lottery Agents' Association, Post Office Agents Association Limited, Institute of Certified Bookkeepers, Switzer and many more." Mr Bates said.
To find out more about Workforce Guardian call 1300 659 563 or visit us online at: www.workforceguardian.com.au
Rod Sins, Chairman of the ACCC
Michael Shaper, Deputy Chairman of the ACCC and Commissioner responsible for Small Business
|The Brassey of Canberra|
FOR MORE INFORMATION
David Bates is available for interview upon request. For further information please contact: David Bates or Sean Wilson
T: 1300 659 563
Peter Strong is available for interview upon request. For further information please contact: Maria Ferreira or Jacqueline Howard
T: (02) 9212 7867