Tatum by Randstad is a leading executive search firm specializing in C-level, Vice President, Director and senior-level management assignments across a variety of industries in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors. With uncompromising attention to detail, thoughtful research and a diligent approach, we ensure that our clients hire and retain the best talent in the market.
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:
Middle-market companies, defined as companies with revenues between $10 million and $1 billion, occupy a unique position in the U.S. economy. They make up roughly one percent of all businesses while accounting for more than 30 percent of U.S. GDP. Considering that outsized influence, how they’re faring in the face of COVID-19 and the speed with
Global talent solutions provider Randstad Sourceright has appointed current EMEA managing director Michael Smith to the role of global CEO of Randstad Sourceright. He will assume the duties of current CEO Rebecca Henderson, effective Jan. 1. “We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Michael as our new global CEO,” said Ms. Henderson. “Michael has
Immediate concerns around cash flow, liquidity and the bottom line are taking precedence at many companies due to continued fallout from the pandemic. But there are high-value lessons emerging from the current health and economic crisis that chief financial officers should bear in mind, according to a new report from Tatum. “Two insights jump out
On the wisdom that it’s better to rip the Band-Aid off fast, let’s get the bad news out of the way quickly: The global consulting industry is in a tailspin. According to a report by Tatum’s Richard Wilcox, the mega-billion dollar sector is forecast to experience a 19 percent drop in fees in 2020, which
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