Platform provider United Remote appointed Christopher Grech Bonett as the new Head of Human Resources. From now on, Bonett will be in charge of multiple tasks in the company: directing the organizational activities, the attention of the client portfolio and introducing improvements in the product.
United Remote’s new acquisition comes from serving at STMicroelectronics as HR Business Partner Manager. While there he maintained a close cooperative relationship with online casino operators LeoVegas and the sports betting brand.
He was also in charge of the HR area and conflict investigation. As well as develop and implement corporate policies and training for the company.
Recently, United Remote reorganized its human resources team, a challenge in which it had the support of renowned human resources consultant Kevin Norville. The idea is to encourage team members to discuss with each other the future goals and plans of the company to drive further growth.
The company wants to improve the business for which it has introduced a series of innovative strategies and made various investments. Another initiative of the brand has been to improve its corporate culture in order to offer a more optimal service to the gaming market.
Lately, United Remote has focused on strengthening the agreements they have with the main operators in the sector. At the same time, it has made efforts to implement improved policies aimed at increasing customer security. The company hopes to continue making internal changes in the organization aimed at improving the relationship with its customers every day.
“Christopher has extensive experience in human resource management and will be able to start working. He also has valuable experience in innovative HR solutions that will be a great addition to our senior management team,” commented United Remote Group CEO Jeremy Fall on the appointment.
Christopher Grech Bonett, for his part, spoke about his expectations within the company:
“I believe that human resource management is key to the success of a company because it can allow its departments to offer programs and services in the most efficient way possible.”
He added that he is “very excited for the opportunity to serve team leaders” from the Human Resources Department of a company like United Remote that has been growing by leaps and bounds.