2017 International 50

Margriet Spijker

2017-09-20T11:54:20-07:002017 Global Power 100, 2017 International 50|

Margriet Spijker is founder and managing director of Dutch staffing firm Timing, a part of the ADG services group. According to Staffing Industry Analysts’ research, Timing is the fifth-largest staffing firm in the Netherlands in 2017. Spijker has more than 25 years’ experience in the industry, having joined the company as a consultant in 1988 [...]

Ann Swain

2017-09-20T11:53:16-07:002017 Global Power 100, 2017 International 50|

Ann Swain is CEO of APSCo, an international trade body representing the professional recruitment sector with operations in the UK, Germany, Singapore and Australia. In 2016, APSCo’s global membership increased by 21%. Swain has more than 30 years’ recruitment experience including time as managing director of Learning Curve and UK sales director at Computer People [...]

Iwona Szmitkowska

2017-09-20T11:52:00-07:002017 Global Power 100, 2017 International 50|

Iwona Szmitkowska is VP of the management board of Work Service. Prior roles at Work Service include customer service department director, regional director, branch manager and branch director. Szmitkowska also worked as a journalist and editor-in-chief for Polish-based Radio Pomoże. She became president of the Work Service Foundation in 2014. She is the member of [...]

Sarah Tang

2017-09-20T11:50:44-07:002017 Global Power 100, 2017 International 50|

Sarah Tang is head of global operations for Australia-based Freelancer.com, leading a diverse range of teams across product operations, talent and customer experience. Prior to Freelancer, she worked in strategic consulting projects for international companies like real estate firm CBRE, EA Games and Ericsson. She also lectured in business strategy and digital commerce at Queen’s [...]

Hiromi Tazaki

2017-09-28T08:18:06-07:002017 Global Power 100, 2017 International 50|

Hiromi Tazaki is CEO of the JAC Recruitment Japan and CEO of the Tazaki Group, which founded JAC Recruitment in London in 1975. Tazaki co-founded JAC Recruitment Japan in 1988. In 2011, she was appointed chairman of the company’s Japanese business representative director and chairman of the board. JAC Recruitment in Japan has more than 750 [...]

Tracy Thomson

2017-09-20T11:48:47-07:002017 Global Power 100, 2017 International 50|

Tracy Thomson founded Finite Recruitment in Australia in 1998, having relocated from the UK in 1997 after working in IT recruitment for 10 years. Through a mixture of organic growth and acquisitions, Finite grew into a network of seven offices across Australia and New Zealand. In 2003, Thomson founded FinXL IT Professional Services on the [...]

Susannah Timlin

2017-09-20T11:47:55-07:002017 Global Power 100, 2017 International 50|

As global director of people and culture at Hays Talent Solutions, Susannah Timlin designs a strategic program to ensure the company has the right talent and skills to help them grow their business. The program Timlin works with also helps to develop the employer brand and gives Hays Talent Solutions a highly skilled base of [...]

Oksana Timofeeva

2017-09-20T11:45:11-07:002017 Global Power 100, 2017 International 50|

Oksana Timofeeva was appointed CFO of Ancor in 2011. She started her professional career in Ancor in 2007 as head of the holding's treasury. In 2010, she was appointed director of the treasury group of companies ICM Group, of which Ancor is a part of. In 2012 she was appointed to the position of CFO [...]

Corinne Ripoche Van Hecke

2017-09-21T13:44:20-07:002017 Global Power 100, 2017 International 50|

Corinne Ripoche Van Hecke joined Adecco’s Pontoon business in 2017 bringing her more than 25 years of HR industry experience to the company. She first joined the Adecco Group in 1993 as a branch manager in France and subsequently assumed leadership roles of increasing responsibility. Most recently, she has been the global practice leader for [...]

Carmen Watson

2017-09-20T11:43:03-07:002017 Global Power 100, 2017 International 50|

Carmen Watson joined Pertemps in 1976 as a secretary and by 1983 progressed to the boardroom as commercial director. From 1983 to 2000, Watson was responsible for the formation of a corporate business team and turnover grew tenfold to £323 million from £32 million. In 2000, Watson was named managing director and then became chairperson [...]

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