Cloud-based HR, payroll and benefits platform Employment Hero has secured $22 million in Series C funding, in a round led by Australian online jobs board SEEK.
The Australian Government has come a long way in offering grants and tax incentives for the start-up community and its investors, but according to one tech start-up it is still very difficult to get the right level of support for a startup in Australia to truly thrive.
Cloud-based HR, payroll and benefits platform Employment Hero has secured $8 million in Series B funding in a funding round co-led by recruitment firm Seek and OneVentures.
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