Monday, September 21, 2015

News: Rotherham recruitment firm establish Human League


Rotherham-based Human Recruitment has signed a new deal to help the Rotherham & District Sunday Football League celebrate a milestone anniversary.

The enterprise has an office in RiDO's Moorgate Crofts business centre and an independent and ethical approach to recruitment.

This season sees the league celebrate its 50th Anniversary and to mark the occasion Human has pledged financial support, which includes sponsorship of its top flight division, as well as helping to cover the costs associated with vital equipment provided to each club during the season. Under the agreement the top division will be renamed the Human Recruitment Premier Division and company founder Amy Stephenson will be the guest of honour to present the premiership trophy to the title team at the end of the season.

With 70 teams and over a thousand registered players, the Rotherham & District Sunday League has established itself as one of the largest and longest running competitions in the UK. Teams compete each Sunday within six different divisions, as well as taking part in a variety of cup competitions throughout the season.

Amy Stephenson, founder of Human Recruitment, said: "People are at the heart of our business and giving something back to the local community is an important part of our work ethic. Since the business was launched in 2013 we have been committed to supporting the communities we serve and when the league's organisers offered us a chance to create our very own Human League in Rotherham we felt the opportunity was just too good not to miss.

"The league has been at the heart of Rotherham's local sporting community for nearly half a century and supporting the league during its special anniversary season is an honour."

Pam Gabittas, league secretary, added: "This year is a milestone for the league and the generous support we have received from Human Recruitment will help to make it even more special. The league has always relied upon the funding provided through sponsorship to cover the administrative running costs.

"It promises to be a very exciting year for the league, and through the backing we've received from local businesses like Human, we can concentrate on the day-to-day running of the league."

Human Recruitment website

Images: Human Recruitment


Unknown September 22, 2015 at 10:36 AM  

Good to see a local company supporting the community in such a way that will benefit so many. Well done Amy.

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