Are you having challenges to hire and manage employees in Australia ?
Tap onto a wider talent pool in Australia to fast track your business expansion.
This is a common struggle for many high growth companies due to the language barriers, cultural differences and the complex, ever-changing employment laws. Look no further than our employer of record solution.
We provide a comprehensive employment solution, so you can focus on your core business while we take care of the rest.
Got a great business idea and looking to hire employees in Australia? AYP Group (AYP) has got your back! Our Australia EOR helps you hire employees quickly and efficiently, so you can focus on your business goals.
Forget about the lengthy and expensive process of setting up a legal entity – we’ll take care of all the HR, benefits, payroll, and tax needs for the employees.
Why Choose Our Employer of Record Solution?
1. Compliance with local employment laws
2. Reduced hiring time and cost
3. Minimized legal and financial risks
4. Dedicated HR support and expertise
5. Seamless onboarding and payroll management
6. Access to a wider talent pool
How Our Employer of Record Solution Works?
Our process is simple and efficient. First, we hire the employee on your behalf and become their official employer.
Then, we manage all legal and administrative tasks, including payroll, taxes, benefits, and compliance.
Finally, we work closely with you to ensure a smooth and successful
Why Choose Us as Your Employer of Record?
1. Price transparency
Our solution offers complete transparency in pricing, so you know exactly what you’re paying for and can manage your workforce costs more effectively.
Our all-in-one compliance management system simplifies HR processes across jurisdictions, freeing up your time to focus on growing your business.
With our platform, you have access to local compliance experts who can guide you through the complexities of managing a distributed workforce, ensuring that you stay compliant with local laws and regulations.
Get Started Today : Don’t let the complexities of employment laws in Australia slow down your business growth.
Choose our employer of record solution and simplify your hiring process.
Contact us today to learn more and get started.
Australia Country Overview
Being the world’s sixth largest country globally, the island continent of Australia is one of the world’s richest countries in terms of per capita income. Economic sectors that power the island state include mining, agriculture and manufacturing.
Australian Dollar (A$)
Federal Parliamentary Democracy
An employment contract in Australia can be in writing or verbal. All employees are covered by the National Employment Standards (NES), regardless of whether they have signed a contract. A written employment contract usually includes the type of employment, working hours, entitlements, and more.
There are three main types of employment relationships in Australia: permanent, fixed-term, and temporary. Permanent employees can be full-time or part-time, fixed-term employees usually work full-time or part-time, and casual employees are temporary employees.
The standard working hours is 38 hours per week.
Public holidays are different for each state in Australia. A general list of public holidays are provided below:
- New Year’s Day: January 1st
- Australia Day: January 26th
- Good Friday: March or April (dates vary each year)
- Easter Monday: March or April (dates vary each year)
- Anzac Day: April 25th
- Christmas Day: December 25th
- Boxing Day: December 26th
- New South Wales Bank Holiday: First Monday in August (NSW only)
- Queen’s Birthday: Second Monday in June (except in Western Australia and Queensland)
Employers in Australia are required to pay their employees a minimum wage, which is determined by the Fair Work Commission and reviewed and adjusted periodically.
2. Annual leave
Employees in Australia are entitled to at least four weeks of paid annual leave per year.
3. Personal/carer’s leave
Employees in Australia are entitled to at least 10 days of paid personal/carer’s leave per year, which can be used for their own illness or to care for a family member.
4. Public holidays
Employees in Australia are entitled to be paid for any public holidays that fall on a day they would normally work.
5. Parental leave
Employees in Australia are entitled to unpaid parental leave if they have worked for their employer for at least 12 months and are expecting a child or adopting a child.
Employers in Australia are required to make contributions to an employee’s superannuation (retirement) fund on behalf of their employees.
7. Health and safety
Employers in Australia are required to provide a safe and healthy working environment for their employees and to take appropriate measures to prevent accidents and injuries.
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