Allegis Group Announces Key Leadership Changes

Allegis Group, the global leader in talent solutions, announces key leadership changes. Andy Hilger announced his decision to step out of his role as Allegis Group president at the end of 2022. Since Hilger shared his plans, the company has been evaluating its leadership structure and announced that Jay Alvather will take on the new role of Allegis Group chief executive officer effective January 2023. 

Having held a variety of strategic leadership roles across the Allegis Group network of companies over the past 25 years, Hilger has been instrumental in helping to fuel Allegis Group’s growth into a $14.5 billion global enterprise. Hilger has driven a critical evolution in the way Allegis Group leverages technology, data and analytics – always with an eye toward creating outstanding, personalized customer experiences across every Allegis Group company. Beyond his many contributions to building Allegis Group, Hilger has a passion for developing strong teams and is known as a respected mentor and partner to countless leaders across the company. While Hilger will be stepping out of his day-to-day leadership role, he will remain involved as a strategic advisor, helping to guide Allegis Group’s ongoing transformation. 

“I am incredibly proud of what Allegis Group has accomplished, and I know there is so much more ahead for this great team. More than anything, as I reflect back on my 25 years with this company, I am grateful. It has been a privilege to work with such a wonderful group of people, who will continue to create opportunity for so many year after year,” said Hilger.

Alvather has served in a variety of executive leadership positions for more than 25 years, most recently serving as president of TEKsystems, Allegis Group’s largest operating company and a leader in solving complex technology, business and talent challenges – at global scale. Under his leadership, TEKsystems delivers specialized expertise to address customers’ pressing strategy, implementation and talent needs. Alvather’s broad expertise, passion for culture and inclusion, commitment to creating opportunity and driving urgency and execution make him the ideal person for this new role. 

“I am excited to take on this new role – supporting and enabling our amazing team members as they create significant opportunity for our customers, consultants and contract employees. As we have done for nearly 40 years now, our network of specialized companies will continue to grow and transform to meet the needs of our global customers while we reinforce our cultural legacy of strong relationships and superior service. I am grateful for Andy Hilger who has helped chart the course for Allegis Group’s transformation these past several years, and even more thankful that he will continue to provide his innovative perspective, partnership and advice,” said Alvather.  

About Allegis Group 

As the global leader in talent solutions, we take pride in what we do, connecting great people to great opportunities, helping businesses win and careers soar. Today, with $14.5 billion in revenues and 500+ global locations, Allegis Group and its network of specialized companies provide a full suite of complementary talent solutions that solves nearly every workforce challenge to empower business success while consistently delivering an unsurpassed quality experience. Our companies include AerotekTEKsystemsAston Carter; ActalentAllegis Global SolutionsMajor, Lindsey & AfricaAllegis PartnersMarketSourceGetting Hired; CareerCircle; QuantumWork; and QuantumWork Advisory. Learn more at