Rachel Tabone Hall has been appointed Head of Human Resources (HR) at Malta-based Red Rhino Limited, she announced on Monday.
Her new position comes after more than two years as Chief People Officer at Debono Group, during which time she was tasked with leading the development, implementation, and evaluation of its HR strategy, among other responsibilities.
Prior to that, she served as HR Business Partnering Team Manager and HR Business Partner at LeoVegas Group. Ms Tabone Hall also worked as HR & Office Manager at ARQ Resources Limited for over three years.
Over the course of her career, she has witnessed first-hand “the fruits that a company enjoys when it invests in its people, its leadership, and its culture”. To her, a company’s HR function needs to be the “strong mechanism that helps its wheels turn in the right direction behind the scenes”, by instilling a culture of effective and honest communication and collaboration. It also needs to be a strategic partner to the business, assisting leaders in their evaluation to see the “holistic view when it comes to decision-making and effecting change in a sustainable and fair way”.
Her experience also includes nine months as Banking Specialist at HSBC Malta, and more than three years as Tax Professional at IBM UK Limited in Portsmouth, UK.
She holds an MQF Level 5 certificate in Employment Law and an Award in Employment Law, both from Malta Employers Association, as well as a Building Winning Teams certificate from global leadership organisation YPO, among other awards.
First set up in 2014, Red Rhino Limited is an iGaming operator that is headquartered in Ta’ Xbiex. It owns gaming site Platincasino, and is licensed to operate in Malta by the Malta Gaming Authority, and in the UK through its UK Gambling Commission licence.
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