A social entrepreneur is celebrating the success of her new business after securing a host of new clients including the charitable trust which runs Town Hall and Symphony Hall.
Roots HR, based in Kidderminster, is the first and only specialist provider of human resource services on a not-for-profit basis in the UK. Established as a Community Interest Company, accountable to the CIC regulator, Roots HR offers a commitment to people management, without the commercial preoccupation with maximizing profit for shareholders and owners. Roots will reinvest surplus profit back into the business with the overall aim of improving people management in the voluntary and community sector.
Jan Golding, who is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development and has more than 20 years’ experience in people management and business, said: “I’m very proud of the contracts which Roots HR has already won. Town Hall and Symphony Hall is an organization which has recognized the importance of outsourcing professional human resource skills. I will be advising on compliance with employment law and looking at ways in which my client can strengthen its position and grow. After all, the workforce is the lifeblood of any voluntary sector organization”
Andrew Jowett, director of Town Hall and Symphony Hall, said: “We have a range of human resource requirements and feel confident that Roots HR will deliver in all areas,” says. “We were impressed with the practical and thorough approach Jan Golding takes in all aspects of people management.”
For more information visit
www.rootshr.org.uk or call
Jan Golding on 07968 826909