“We are humbled to receive this recognition from SIA,” said Allegis Group President Andy Hilger. “While specific leaders were named, this honour is reflective of the amazing work that thousands of our men and women do every day to deliver on our promise to the market, which is connecting great people to great opportunities, helping businesses win, and careers soar.”
Below are insights into how these professionals impact the talent solutions ecosystem, earning their places on SIA’s Staffing 100 list and in its Hall of Fame.
Jay Alvather is president of TEKsystems and has held a number of executive positions at Allegis Group throughout his 22 years in the industry. As president, Alvather has focused on elevating the company’s service offerings and enhancing the employee experience. The company’s culture has earned TEKsystems recognition by Fortune for five consecutive years as one of the top 100 workplaces in America as well as distinction as a Military Friendly Employer.
As the global head of HR for Allegis Group, Tanya Axenson provides oversight and strategic direction for HR teams across all Allegis Group companies. Her leadership philosophy focused on inclusion, engagement, and a commitment to serving others for an organisation where employees demonstrate a competitive spirit and are inspired
Chris Hartman is a bold thinker with a track record of delivering exceptional results and solutions during his 25-year career with Allegis Group. As the global development officer, he stewards the company’s brand, drives strategic investments, and ensures continuous growth by responding to marketplace trends and innovations. Hartman led Allegis Group’s 2017 investment in people aggregator HiringSolved, whose mission is to make recruitment more productive through intelligent automation. He is also the executive sponsor for the company’s digital transformation efforts, focused on enhancing the candidate and client experience by leveraging technology and insights gained from our 35 years of data in talent solutions.
Andy Hilger, president of Allegis Group, is responsible for driving alignment and fuelling continued growth across a network of specialised companies. Known for his versatility and strong work ethic, Hilger has been instrumental in shaping Allegis Group’s business strategy and global expansion into an $11.5 billion enterprise, including the integration of the Talent2 and Aston Carter acquisitions. Previously, Hilger was chief information officer and spearheaded a number of programs leveraging state-of-the-art technology, data, and analytics to improve the customer experience.
Under Chad Lane’s leadership, Allegis Global Solutions (AGS) saw double-digit growth in 2017, further expanding its footprint across Europe, Latin America, and APAC. With a focus on driving innovation, AGS launched industry-leading technology solutions with investments in data analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence that offer unmatched value and differentiation to clients. Additionally, AGS remains committed to helping inclusive employers hire professionals and veterans with disabilities through its GettingHired recruitment solution. In 2017, AGS was recognised as a Leader and Star Performer in Everest Group’s annual PEAK Matrix report for MSP and RPO.
As president, Todd Mohr leads the growth, strategic direction, and financial performance for Aerotek and its companies, Aston Carter and EASi. With more than 8,000 employees across 250 offices, Aerotek serves 300,000 contract employees and 18,000 clients every year. Mohr joined Aerotek as a technical recruiter and has held various leadership roles domestically and internationally over his more than 20-year career. Under Mohr’s leadership, Aerotek has consecutively been recognised as a Best of Staffing® Client and Talent leader, validating its commitment to delivering on the wants and needs of every client and contract employee.
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