APPOINTMENTS: 18-22 MARCH 2018

This week’s appointments include: Heidrick & Struggles

• Global executive search firm Heidrick & Struggles has promoted 14 partners and 25 principals in its search and consulting businesses globally.

Promoted to partner:

  • Jane Bargmann, partner, industrial practice (Boston)
  • Chad Carr, partner, Heidrick Consulting (Costa Mesa)
  • Chantal Clavier, partner, financial services practice (London)
  • J.J. Cutler, partner, education, non profit and social enterprise practice (Philadelphia)
  • Nicholas DeMagistris, partner, global technology and services practice (Boston)
  • Sibongile Kuhlane, partner, industrial practice (Johannesburg)
  • Shaloo Kulkarni, partner, Heidrick Consulting (London)
  • Elizabeth Langel, partner, financial services practice (New York)
  • Mary MacDonald, partner, financial services practice (Chicago)
  • David Richardson, partner, financial services practice (New York)
  • Brad Warga, partner, global technology and services practice (San Francisco)
  • Ben Weber, partner, consumer markets practice (New York)
  • Laura-Ann Yuille, partner, healthcare and life sciences practice (Dubai)
  • Jackie Gallagher Zavitz, partner, education, non profit and social enterprise practice (Philadelphia)

Promoted to principal:

  • Ali Alhadithi, principal, financial services practice (Dubai)
  • Henry Bartlett, principal, financial officers practice (Philadelphia)
  • Sam Bell, principal, financial services practice (London)
  • David Burd, principal, legal, risk, compliance and government affairs practice (Washington, D.C.)
  • Enrico Coco, principal, industrial practice (Milan)
  • Marion Fengler-Veith, principal, healthcare and life sciences practice (Zurich)
  • Robert Giannini, principal, industrial practice (Chicago)
  • Liz Hayes, principal, global technology and services practice (Chicago)
  • Tania Hotmer, principal, Heidrick Consulting (Costa Mesa)
  • Tim Jensen, principal, industrial practice (Toronto)
  • Emilie Johnson, principal, industrial practice (Calgary)
  • Thomas Kann Povelsen, principal, consumer markets practice (Copenhagen)
  • Madison Kraus, principal, financial services practice (New York)
  • Stephanie Mansfield, principal, global technology and services practice (New York)
  • David Molén, principal, healthcare and life sciences practice (London)
  • Emma Penny, principal, financial services practice (London)
  • Audrey Rassam, principal, financial services practice (London)
  • Permila Rathour, principal, consumer markets practice (Hong Kong)
  • Natalia Rodriguez, principal, consumer markets practice (New York)
  • Melissa Schmidt, principal, education, non profit and social enterprise practice (Washington, D.C.)
  • Claudia Schneider, principal, industrial practice (Munich)
  • Clayton Sears, principal, industrial practice (Houston)
  • Maryam Shahabi, principal, consumer markets practice (New York)
  • Harry Simons, principal, financial services practice (London)
  • Martin Xiang, principal, industrial practice (Hong Kong)

Technology key in communicating with global talent team members

Modern technology is “absolutely critical” in communicating with team members who are spread around the world.

People 18 April 2019

EU rules provide for greater protection for gig workers

The European Parliament has approved new EU rules aimed at providing greater protections for gig economy workers.

Legislation 17 April 2019

Multinationals fail to keep up with talent acquisition, says Candee

Multinationals have not always kept up with the pace at which talent acquisition as a function has changed and developed, according to the global head of talent acquisition and employer brand at Mondelēz International.

People 16 April 2019

Record levels of employment give employers and recruiters new challenges

Unemployment continued to fall, while the number of people in work remained at record levels in the quarter to February, according to official figures.

16 April 2019
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