Claire Bailiss appointed Chief People Officer at Sportingtech

Updated:2024-04-12 08:24    Views:143

Claire Bailiss has been appointed as Chief People Officer (CPO) at Sportingtech. She enters the role with 30 years of experience in HR, having worked for companies including GAN and Ask.com. 

Bailiss’ first role of note was at EMI Group, where she held the role of Human Resources Manager between 1994 – 2003. Following this, she took on the same role at Turner Broadcasting System, being a Human Resources Manager at the company until May 2012. 

At the end of 2012, Bailiss joined Ask.com as a HR Business Partner, where her role included working alongside company management with responsibility in fields such as employee relations, performance management and training and development.

In October 2016, she left this role and moved to GAN, starting her tenure as the Head of HR before being promoted to the role of Director,Play Casino Online HR (Europe) in March 2021. In total, Bailiss spent seven and a half years at GAN.  

In her latest role, Bailiss will be responsible for developing and implementing Sportingtech’s human resources strategies and policies while also leading a HR and talent acquisition team. These initiatives have been designed to improve diversity, equity and inclusion in the company while fostering a positive workplace environment.  

On her new role, Bailiss said: “People are at the heart of what makes Sportingtech so successful, which is why I am delighted to join this brilliant company as CPO. I look forward to working with new and existing members of the Sportingtech team as they share in the company’s achievements and build on its continued growth.” 

Sportingtech CEO Tom Ustunel added: “I am delighted to officially welcome Claire as our new Chief People Officer. Claire has been successfully building high-performing teams and fostering positive environments for more than two decades.” 

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