UK/IRELAND - Hewitt Associates and Bacon & Woodrow have formally integrated their businesses in the UK and Ireland following the finalisation of their merger.
The integrated operation will be known as Hewitt Bacon & Woodrow. Managing director Richard Moore said: “From the outset, our aim has been to capitalise on the combination of each firm’s consulting and delivery expertise.
“Linking Bacon & Woodrow’s strength in the UK and Ireland with Hewitt’s global presence means that we can offer a new breadth of service and consultancy to our clients.”
He added: “We are looking forward to bringing the advantage of our integration to all our clients. The combination of a local presence with Hewitt’s global network and wide range of services will enable us to help client’s unlock the value of their biggest asset – their people.”
The organisation will have around 1600 associates and will offer a comprehensive range of services backed up by sophisticated research, IT and communications.
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