The Premier League (PL) outfit, Burnley FC have penned down a long-term partnership with a professional outsourced business partner that helps by taking care of employment and payroll needs, Omnia Group Services.
As part of the deal, Omnia Group Services will serve as the Clarets’ official premium partner and payroll provider.
Through the partnership, Omnia Group Services, which has a leadership team with more than 50 years of combined industry expertise, will assist the club by offering a variety of specialised outsourced services in the areas of payroll, finance, and employee welfare.
The Omnia Group Services team of HR specialists uses cutting-edge technology and an in-depth understanding of the sports sector to create a distinctive, personalized outsourced solution in line with the Clarets’ forward-thinking business plan. In addition, the company has reaffirmed its commitment to supporting Burnley FC’s ongoing growth and success as a major strategic partner.
By offering top-notch payroll and compliance services for temporary and permanent workforces, the brand helps businesses and recruiting agencies operate their operations.
Burnley FC, Director, Stuart Hunt, said, “It’s fantastic to welcome Omnia Group Services onboard. As a Club we are always striving for success both on and off the pitch and teaming up with a partner with such vast expertise across a number of professional services, will benefit us significantly as an organisation. Trusted in the industry and with a commitment to delivering accuracy, efficiency and security, which is of the utmost importance to us, we look forward to working closely together to develop a successful long-term partnership.
“We would like to thank Neil Saxton at Catalyst Professional Sport’s Management for introducing this Partnership and look forward to working with again in the future.”
Conor Browne, CEO of Sport & Entertainment at Omnia Group Services, said, “We’re thrilled to be partnering with the Clarets, a Club with a rich history and a passionate fan base, particularly in the season they return to the Premier League. We look forward to working with the Club’s leadership team and its partners, to support their goals and objectives. I believe it offers an exceptional opportunity to expand our business in the Burnley area, and we’re excited to see what we can achieve together. We would also like to thank Neil Saxton and the team at Catalyst 4 for their hard work in helping to deliver these opportunities.”