Western Sydney Wanderers FC have confirmed that largescale human resources service, MyHR, have joined the club’s corporate family for the 2023/24 season.
In 2013, MyHR founders Jason Ennor and Sean O’Brien created the perfect launchpad for an innovative new product, a hybrid HR service that gives clients a specialised digital platform fully supported by a team of HR experts which prides itself on being ultimately scalable, integrated and exact.
For the 2023/24 season, MyHR will be displayed on all Wanderers Isuzu UTE A-League home match day LED signage, as well as continuing to be mentioned on the club’s official digital channels next season, like they were on the Man of The Match posts in 2022/23.
Western Sydney Wanderers CEO Scott Hudson welcomed MyHR to the corporate family.
“We would like to thank Jason and his team from MyHR and look forward to working with them over the next season.” he explained in a club statement about the partnership.
MyHR joins the long list of Western Sydney’s business partners in the club’s attempt to expand the brand beyond just the on field results.
The Wanderers in 2022 released a ‘Community Philosophy’ post on digital channels and their website in particular outlining the importance of corporate stakeholders to the club.
In the club website they state: ‘We are fully committed to providing the best partnerships for the club which will characterise and benefit the core Western Sydney Wanderers Community’.
MyHR Chief Executive Officer Jason Ennor outlined he connected well with the club and what they stand for.
“MyHR is thrilled to partner with the Western Sydney Wanderers as their HR Partner and chosen HR platform. Their values align perfectly with ours, and we look forward to many years of mutual success.”
This partnership has allowed fans to benefit directly with MyHR offering Wanderers members three months of free HR and Payroll, as well as 50% off MyHR’s guided onboarding fee.
This move is a positive one for the Wanderers, creating another connection to a corporate brand that appeals to a certain demographic of fans as well as financially helping the club move forward and succeed on and off the pitch.