US - Hewitt Associates has announced changes within its senior management, including the appointment of Bryan Doyle to the new position of president of Hewitt's outsourcing business and Perry Brandorff as president of the firm's consulting business, effective April 1.
Doyle, who currently leads Hewitt’s outsourcing business, and Brandorff, who manages Hewitt’s European operations, will lead global operations for their respective business areas and focus on further integrating the firm’s global capabilities and expertise, Hewitt said.
Both will report to chairman and CEO Dale Gifford.
“Our new appointments more closely align management with our core businesses of outsourcing and consulting, enabling faster decision making and execution in these areas with the goal of delivering even stronger results to our clients and shareholders,” Gifford said.
“Perry and Bryan have been key contributors to Hewitt’s current success. As the firm moves into its next period of growth, their combined talent and experience will ensure Hewitt continues to lead the industry in providing companies with the most integrated, holistic human resources solutions.”
Doyle joined Hewitt in 1984, leading the firm’s outsourcing business, while Brandorff has been with Hewitt for 23 years, expanding the firm’s capabilities and size in Europe and leading the merger with Bacon & Woodrow.
Meanwhile, Daniel Holland, Hewitt’s chief operating officer and manager of Hewitt’s North American region, will retire from the firm on September 30 following 31 years of service. He recently retired from Hewitt’s board of directors. Holland’s roles will not be replaced, however most of his responsibilities will be assumed by Doyle and Brandorff.
Kevin Campbell, who joined the company following its acquisition of Exult and led Hewitt’s outsourcing sales and accounts since October 2004 is also leaving the firm. Christopher Palmer, market group leader of Hewitt’s East region, and Michael Salvino, former president of the Americas region for Exult, will co-lead these responsibilities moving forward.
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