Gather consistent, accurate and insightful feedback on candidates in as little as 24 hours, with Xref’s automated and customisable reference checking tool.
It takes 30 seconds to request an Xref reference and offers your candidates and referees convenience and transparency throughout.
The platform not only enables you to make faster, more informed hiring decisions but also gives you confidence in your compliance, knowing all data is encrypted and securely stored. For added assurance, Xref creates an audit trail of the entire process and includes a fraud detection tool, so you can be sure you are speaking to the right people.
Kronos is a leading provider of workforce management and human capital management cloud solutions. Kronos for Healthcare provides advanced, clinically focused workforce solutions designed to support the creation and management of a highly engaged workforce. More than 3,500 acute care hospitals and 18,000 aged care organisations representing the entire continuum of care use Kronos to improve consumer satisfaction, support the provision of quality care, and grow healthcare delivery powered by great people.
Learn more about Kronos healthcare-specific time and attendance, scheduling, absence management, HR and payroll, talent management, labor analytics, productivity management, workload management, and forecasting applications at www.kronos.com.au
Kronos: Workforce Innovation That Works™.
easyemployer provides specialist cloud-based workforce management solutions to the disability & community care sectors to manage the unique complexities in a rapidly changing landscape.
Utilising automation, real-time budgeting and powerful reporting, easyemployer tackles everything from staff rosters and client appointment scheduling through to payroll automation and billing, including integration with CMS and other systems, vital to effective management.
easyemployer makes the complicated easy, so that providers can focus on delivering quality services whilst achieving business growth and optimal financial viability.
Endorsers & Media Partners
Pro Bono Australia
Pro Bono Australia is one of the country’s best known social businesses.
Since 2000 we have provided news, jobs, education, skilled volunteering opportunities and other resources to support purpose-driven organisations across Australia to maximise their impact.
Over 20 years we can claim to have given significant profile and support to the emergence of many flourishing organisations that make up Australia’s increasingly robust social economy – one that sees the economy as being at the service of the people, and not the other way around.
We have a newsroom employing trained journalists who provide daily news to a growing subscriber base of 60,000. We are the number one media service for Australia’s social economy, and we have established our place as the “go to” hub for information and resources, with over one million people using our services annually.
We cover all sectors under the umbrella of the purpose-economy from impact investing to philanthropy, volunteering, corporate social responsibility, not for profits and social enterprise. We engage broadly, investigating and examining varying opinions, raising concerns and voicing issues that are not often aired by mainstream media.
Our name, Pro Bono, comes from the Latin term “pro bono publico”. The term has been used for many years by the legal and accounting professions to mean “for free” but strictly speaking, pro bono publico means “for the public good”. This is what it means for us. Pro Bono Australia is here “for the common good”.
Link Disability Magazine
Link Disability Magazine is Australia’s leading national cross-disability magazine.
Featuring opinions and perspectives directly from people with a disability, Link covers a diverse range of topics including news, issues, art, sport, breakthroughs, travel, health, advocacy, products and people in the disability sector. Link started out in 1980 as a small state-based newspaper and has since evolved into a national, professionally designed, glossy, colour magazine.