The team at SureStaffing will be participating in this years Hull 10K which takes place on 18th June 2017 and will be running for the Ronald McDonald house charity.
The charity provides support to families while their child receives care and treatment in a specialist children’s hospital by giving them a warm and welcoming place to rest their heads, just a moment away from their child. Over the last 25 years the charity have helped tens of thousands of families during some of the toughest periods in their lives.
The team are currently undertaking warm weather training and will be aimimg like thousands of other particiapnts to cross the finishing line!
We will keep you posted on how the training is going.
Did anybody watch Channel 4’s documentary on The Modern British Slave Trade?
I did. And as not only as a recruiter but as a human being, I found it heart-breaking that in the 21st century, vulnerable and desperate people are still having this treatment inflicted on them. However, the harsh reality is, that it IS happening, not only the UK, but across the world and according to last night’s documentary, it’s a multi-billion dollar industry! It is OUR responsibility as Recruitment Agencies and Employers to ensure that enough is done to combat the issue, something that my fellow Hullian above, William Wilberforce, campaigned for his entire life.
At SureStaffing UK, we are proud to be working with the Gangmasters Licencing Authority, ALP and the Stronger Together initiative, aiming to reduce forced labour, trafficking and exploitation. To find out more on how you can learn to identify and assess whether someone is at risk, or if you want to find out what steps your labour provider has taken to ensure their workers are not at risk from illegal Gangmasters, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team on 01482 629797 for free information and advice.
Hannah Blades – Senior Specialist Consultant
SureStaffing is pleased to announce that two of its valued team members, Glen Haliwell and Tom O’Neil, are participating in this year’s Hull 10K on the 18th June 2016.
This will be the Hull 10K’s eighth year, and is one of the many Run For All events taking place across the UK every year. Run For All is the just part of the legacy of Jane Tomlinson CBE, who made headlines all over the world by taking part in a huge number of endurance events despite having been diagnosed with cancer. These events allow people across the UK to raise money for thousands of great causes by taking part in races which vary from fun runs to full marathons.
Glen is running to raise funds for his son’s rugby club, Holderness Vikings, and Tom is running for Cancer Research. As you can see, Glen is taking his training regime very seriously, with a diet consisting of crisps, biscuits and chocolate. Good job he still has 5 months to get into shape!
We wish them, and all other participants, luck for June!