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Tatum’s executive leaders and consultants help companies navigate critical points in the business lifecycle and execute their strategic initiatives. Our deep management and operational expertise, keen strategic consultancy and a focus on follow-through enable our teams to deliver solutions that drive sustainable impact. With a national footprint of offices in key markets, our firm is ready to mobilize locally anywhere in the country. Tatum is an operating company of Randstad US. To learn more about Tatum, visit www.tatum-us.com
Tatum specializes in placing executives in a variety of positions and functions. Tatum understands that each industry has its own challenges, so you can rely on their experts who have dedicated, industry-specific knowledge to find the right executive for your market. Tatum specializes in the following solutions, industries and functions:
If 2021 was largely defined by uncertainty — a seemingly endless transition, with constantly moving goalposts, and no clear end in sight — 2022 is continuing to require forward-thinking leaders to get intentional about what comes next: remote, hybrid, or onsite? Project-based or product-based funding? Interim CFO or full-time hire? According to a new report
Private equity firms have been pulling strongly in a direction all their own, not only bucking the challenges impacting other businesses but clearly passing key inflection points for growth. According to Dominic Lévesque, president of Tatum: “We’re seeing huge reserves of dry powder on tap, and along with it, sky-high valuations. Small wonder, then, that
A new report from Tatum says that three questions have probably crossed the minds of most organizational leaders lately: Are there any readily available levers that could help drive better employee retention outcomes? How are return-to-work policies and plans being communicated to employees? What’s working — and what isn’t? Finally, for deeply fragmented workforces where
Among the central paradoxes of COVID-19 is the disconnect between our day-to-day lived experience of the pandemic — in a word: “stagnation” — and the ways in which it forced the business world to actively adapt, change and evolve. In that sense, 2020 felt less like a moment of acceleration, as many commentators have suggested,
(June 30, 2021) Randstad US today announced Dominic Lévesque has been named as the President of Tatum. Lévesque brings more than 15 years of experience to the role, having most recently served as Group President, Randstad Canada. He will now hold a dual role leading both Tatum in the US and his Canadian team. “Dominic
(Dec. 17, 2020) The massive upheaval that the pandemic generated in the workplace has taken its toll on the workforce, according to Randstad US, who today released U.S. data from the global Randstad Workmonitor Mobility Index. Fifty-six percent of American workers are feeling secure in their jobs during the second half of 2020, compared to
(Dec. 10, 2020) Nearly seven in 10 business leaders and decision-makers say that investments in digital technologies in 2020 have enabled their organizations to increase revenue, save money and improve productivity, according to a new survey released today by Randstad US. While many organizations face budget challenges during the pandemic, investments in digital technologies have
ATLANTA – August 4, 2020 – Randstad US today announced the findings from its COVID-19 2020 U.S. Compensation Insights survey and accompanying white paper, which explored the sentiments of 1,200 American workers on compensation, salary negotiation and job confidence amidst the coronavirus pandemic. The results showed that despite COVID-19 being the catalyst for the global conversation and the
ATLANTA – July 28, 2020 – Randstad US today announced it has joined the Pledge to America’s Workers, a national initiative to train and retrain workers to translate their skills to fit in-demand industries. Through the initiative, Randstad US is committed to skilling 40,000 U.S. workers to help build a more resilient workforce in a challenging economy exacerbated by the COVID-19
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