Friday, July 17, 2015

News: New appointment for growing Human


A Rotherham company supporting individuals across South Yorkshire is preparing for future growth by offering a human approach to recruitment services.

Human Recruitment, which has an office in RiDO's Moorgate Crofts business centre has an independent and ethical approach to recruitment and has recently made a key appointment itself in order to drive its own expansion ambitions.

Caroline Travis was appointed as a "plate-spinner extraordinaire" earlier this year. She joined the business after expressing an interest in a different role which was advertised on Human's website, but after being invited for an interview, founder of the business Amy Stephenson, created the unusual role.

With more than 20 years' experience, Caroline Travis will be responsible for working alongside businesses looking to recruit new members of staff, as well as overseeing Human's future growth.

For the past five years, Caroline has overseen the office management of a busy Sheffield-based recruitment company. She also benefits from significant experience of working in the retail, automotive and engineering sectors where she has been responsible for recruiting and managing staff for much of her career.

Human Recruitment was launched in April 2013 by experienced recruitment professional Amy Stephenson and currently operates from its Rotherham-based headquarters as well as running a satellite office in Sheffield.

Since the business was launched, Human has pioneered a unique five point fingerprint designed to help companies secure appointments based upon identifying matching skill sets and personalities. The unique approach has helped Human to secure contracts with some of the region’s largest businesses working in the manufacturing and healthcare sectors and business founder Amy Stephenson believes Caroline will play a key role in the future growth of the company.

Amy Stephenson, founder Human Recruitment said: "From the outset, Human has always sought to challenge the negative perceptions of the recruitment industry. It's an approach that has seen the business flourish over the past two years. When I received Caroline's CV, I felt she had the relevant skills and experience to play a role in the future growth of the business.

"Caroline brings with her a strong background in the recruitment sector, but as a relatively small business, I recognised that she would play a number of different roles within the company and so the idea of "plate-spinner extraordinaire" was born. It's an unusual role which has been created at a very exciting time within the business and marks the beginning of what I hope will be significant expansion plans for Human."

Caroline Travis (pictured), added: "When I first contacted Human, I would never have imagined that I would be coming to work as a professional plate spinner! It's a very exciting and challenging role.

"I've spent most of my career helping businesses to make the right choices when it comes to recruiting members of staff and when Amy asked me if I would be interested in joining the company I didn't hesitate. Human is an inspirational company to work for, and I’m looking forward to being a part of its future growth plans."

Human Recruitment website

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