Ruddington Firm’s ‘Tour De Payroll’

Eight cyclists from Ruddington-based payroll and HR software company MHR have just set off on a 280 mile bike ride to Mount Snowdon, to be followed by a 3,500ft ascent to the summit of England and Wales’ highest mountain, in aid of Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People. The team of intrepid adventurers, comprising individuals from various departments at the company, is aiming to raise £5,000 from the five-day trek for the Loughborough based charity – which is the only hospice in the East Midlands that provides care and support to…

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Ruddington Company Raises Over £700 for Charity

A Ruddington based human resources firm has revealed it raised over £700 for a community charity during an event just before Easter. Nottingham’s first ever “DisruptHR” event, at the Canalhouse in the City, was organised by People First, which is part of MHR and operates from Ruddington Hall. It saw over 80 business leaders and HR professionals attend an informal evening which the company said was designed to be “thought provoking” and to “challenge current thinking in the areas of human resources and people management”. During the event, a line-up of…

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Multi-Storey Car Park for Ruddington?

Last August we reported how a Ruddington based software company had announced its latest expansion would lead to the creation of around 400 more jobs here – a number which was then raised to 500 posts this spring. Payroll giant MHR has its UK site at Ruddington Fields Business Park – in ‘Britannia House’ (currently being refurbished) and the newly built ‘Wellington House’. The company, established in 1984, develops software already used in processing payments to around 10 percent of the UK’s workforce. MHR has previously received planning permission from Rushcliffe Borough Council (RBC)…

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Hundreds of New Jobs for Ruddington

A Ruddington based software company has announced its latest expansion will lead to the creation of around 400 more jobs here. MHR, a specialist provider of Human Capital Management Solutions, has opened its newest office building this week as part of its ambitious growth plans. Company directors from MHR joined representatives from the building firm Stepnell and architects Simon Gee Designs for the ribbon cutting at Wellington House in Ruddington Fields Business Park. The environmentally-friendly building will house its 200-strong software teams and is also said to include state of the art data…

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