How to keep your company in business when it goes bust: If you’re looking to make a quick buck in the capital city, then the first thing you need to do is hire a head office.
The Hussmann Services Corporation has had its head office in the CBD since 2006 and its offices have seen more than 1,500 new employees and staff since then.
The company has been operating since 1997, and has over 500 employees in the area.
It’s a very small, small, little office, but it’s very important, particularly because if the head office goes down, then our company is gone.
If you’re a small business owner, and you need a small head office, and if you’re going to be in the city for a short period of time, then you really need to consider a head offices because there is no place to go.
Hussmann is the second-largest employer in the metropolitan area, with about 800 staff.
The CBD’s unemployment rate is 8.1 per cent.
But with the city’s unemployment rates around 15 per cent, the business is unlikely to go bust.
Hussman said it had been in the business for more than 50 years.
“It’s quite a long-established business that has been around for a long time,” said Hussman Services Corporation’s managing director, Chris Hutchings.
“[The head office] was always a part of our business.”
But we didn’t want to go out and get it up and running because the last time we had a turnover of more than $20 million, it just didn’t work out for us.
“It is a very tough business, especially if you have people coming in and leaving.”
When you hire a new head officeThe hiring process can be a little tricky, and the Hussmans have been using a recruitment agency for the last four years.
“The recruiters we have are really good, and they have done a really good job of getting the people we have and bringing in the right people,” Hutchings said.
“They’ve been very helpful to us.”
The company will be able to hire around 100 new staff in its head offices by the end of 2017.
The head offices will also provide staff with a home base and a way to stay connected with customers.
“If we need to go and do a phone call, or have a call in, we will be at home and we will have our own phone and we can have all the things that we need, and that’s great for the business,” Hutchies said.
Employees are given an allowance of $50 for each hour they work.
If they have two hours of overtime, the money is split equally between them.
The company is hoping to have an office in every CBD within two months.
It’s not the first time Hussmen has been in trouble with the lawThe company was fined $4,000 in May 2018 for breaching the city and state regulations on the use of contractors.
Hutchings said they had been warned by the Department of Planning and Development (DPDC) about the potential legal implications of the business.
But the company was able to keep its head company, which is based in the Sydney CBD, in business for almost a year after the DPCD warned it.
“We are very confident that this business will remain in business,” he said.
Husman said their head offices were a good fit for the CBD.
“In terms of the CBD, we are a good place to be,” he explained.
“There are lots of businesses that need to be there, and we’re really good at it.”