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Dec 17, 2012

Canadian Firm Launches Job Posting Website

Georgetown, Ontario (Canada) - H3R Human Resources Services, a Toronto-area consulting and outsourcing firm based in Georgetown, has officially launched SpeedSportJobs.com, the world's premier job posting site for careers in motorsports.

For too long, motorsports employers have had to use expensive general job posting sites where they get buried amongst thousands of other employers and job seekers have had to spend hours trying to find motorsports jobs, and even be made to pay for the privilege of applying to them.

SpeedSportJobs.com will bring the global motorsports community together in one place where employers can find the talent they need to succeed and workers can find the challenging and rewarding motorsports careers they are searching for. We are excited to launch with three great positions being advertised from 2012 Rolex Grand-Am GT Champions AIM Autosport to work on their Ferrari 458's as they expand to two cars for the 2013 season.

With respect to the global appeal of SpeedSportJobs.com, Managing Director Michael Bennett stated that "There have been a number of examples over the past couple of years where teams have reached outside of the series or geographic region they compete in to bring in highly talented people from other race series who have had a significant positive impact on team performance and success. SpeedSportJobs.com will enable teams and motorsports professionals to easily connect no matter where they are in the world. This will create great opportunities for both sides of the hiring equation."

SpeedSportJobs.com is priced to deliver significant value to motorsports employers while recognizing the tight budgets many teams operate on. "Every dollar we can save a race team, or any other motorsports employer, through reducing their recruitment costs is money that they can put towards improving on-track performance" said Bennett.

H3R believes that SpeedSportJobs.com will quickly become an important tool for motorsports teams, tracks, sanctioning bodies, suppliers, media and other related organizations around the world. Through a 'soft launch' last week, using LinkedIn motorsports groups and Twitter, the site had attracted over 750 unique visitors from 18 different countries in 5 days. We are very excited about how SpeedSportJobs.com will contribute to the success of employers in the racing community as well as the career development of motorsports professionals everywhere.

About H3R Human Resources Services

H3R is an HR consulting and outsourcing business based in Georgetown, Ontario, Canada that assists organizations achieve superior results through better people-management. Through integrated and aligned business and HR strategy, we change HR from an overhead cost into a positive ROI contributor.

We offer specialized programs and services for Small and Medium-sized businesses, Franchisors / Franchisees, Not-for-Profits & Associations, Sports and Entertainment Professionals and Motorsports Teams and Tracks.

H3R Managing Director Michael Bennett has more than 22 years of experience as a consultant, leader, generalist, trainer and recruiter. With a reputation for delivering value to his clients, he is an innovative and creative problem solver who has an ability to work effectively at all levels of an organization, from business owner to Board of Directors to shop floor employees.

Michael is a graduate of the Human Resources Management program of Sheridan College and is a Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP). Having lived and worked in the United States and completed a Masters Certificate through Villanova University, he is comfortable supporting clients in Canada or the US. Michael is very active within the HR community as well as highly involved in volunteer work and other community support. H3R is proud to support motorsports through its H3R Racing program.