Catena Media’s Head of HR Operations Jamie-Grace Farrugia has celebrated her third anniversary with the company.

Ms Farrugia noted that she spent most of her time with the company working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Jamie-Grace Farrugia / LinkedIn

“A lot of days weren’t easy, and I feel some were especially difficult for those of us working in HR,” she said.

“When I think about my last few years at Catena, what comes to mind instantly was that whenever I looked around I had someone in my corner, offering me support. From my HR team, to my peers and mentors, to of course my amazing Manager,” she added.

“I’ve felt supported, encouraged, heard and appreciated for three years! I dedicate this post to all of you at Catena Media – thank you for making this such a great place to work.”

Ms Farrugia joined Catena in 2019 as a Human Resource Partner. Later in the year, she became HR Operations Manager, before being promoted to Head of HR Operations.

Previously she had spent two years as a HR Manager at White Noise Gaming Ltd, as well as eight and a half years in various roles at Betclic Everest Group.

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