Mullin Signs Kevin Waxman as SVP Business Development in Global Outplacement and Career Coaching Services
NEW YORK, January 28, 2015 — Mullin International, the premier provider of outplacement solutions and executive coaching, has named Kevin Waxman as Senior Vice President, Business Development. This newly created role is one of many indicators of the firm’s 30-year pattern of continuous growth and gaining market share for providing innovative and customized solutions that result in successful outcomes.
This newly created role is one of many indicators of the firm’s 30-year pattern of continuous growth and gaining market share for providing innovative and customized solutions that result in successful outcomes. “Kevin Waxman brings a wealth of directly related experience to the position from his previous role as a Human Resources Executive at JP Morgan Chase,” said Keith Mullin, Global Chair and CEO of Mullin. “He is a recognized leader in his field with a 25-year background in all aspects of implementing programs for a wide variety of employees in career transition.”
Waxman has served in a series of roles at JP Morgan Chase, including as head of the firm-wide Talent Reassignment and Career Services Programs and Recruiting Program Management. During his tenure, he oversaw internal mobility and external transition projects, most recently resulting in the redeployment over 10,000 affected employees with a cost savings of multiple millions in severance. Throughout his illustrious career, he has assisted thousands of individuals with career and coaching issues from various Fortune 500, government and unionized organizations. He has not only been a direct provider of services, but has also successfully managed large-scale global reduction in force initiatives for employees of all levels.
Waxman possesses first-hand experience in achieving impressive results with global reductions. In his long standing role as a key decision maker and buyer of outplacement services, he is uniquely qualified to provide comprehensive insight into the planning and implementation of Reduction in Force initiatives, evaluate the differences in capabilities, cultures and performance among various outplacement providers, and advise on the internal processes for selecting high-impact and cost-effective programs for exiting employees.
Additionally, Waxman brings comprehensive skills in outplacement strategic planning, pricing, problem resolution, quality control and program structuring. His background also encompasses serving as key contributor to the success of multiple large scale reorganizing, restructuring and redeployment projects, including the integrations of Chemical Bank, JPMorgan, Bank One, WaMu, Bear Stearns, and Bank of New York. Through his experience, he has established relationships with external organizations and governmental entities to identify new job opportunities for outplacement candidates.Prior to JPMorgan Chase, Waxman was associated with organizations including AON, Internal Revenue Services, 1199 Health Care Union, US Office of Personnel Management and Individual Private Practice counseling.
Prior to JPMorgan Chase, Waxman was associated with organizations including AON, Internal Revenue Services, 1199 Health Care Union, US Office of Personnel Management and Individual Private Practice counseling.
Waxman holds an Ed.M. in Psychological Counseling and an M.A. in Organizational/Industrial Psychology both awarded from Teachers College, Columbia University. He resides in Long Island, New York with his wife and their two children.
About Mullin International
For over 30 years, Mullin International’s mission has focused on guiding downsized employees to get back to work and empowering executives to perform at their peak. As the largest privately owned career management firm, its current global reach extends to 29 countries with 145 locations, each offering proven processes, cutting edge technology and a collaborative workforce of exceptional career consultant talent. The cumulative impact of Mullin’s outplacement and executive coaching programs to client firms is the creation of “ambassador communities,” where current, former and future employees carry the positive corporate brand of companies that have or will employ them. Mullin is considered a market leader by Fortune 500 firms and service provider across all industries for all management and non-management levels.
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