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Tig Gilliam

Chief Executive Officer
Tig Gilliam

Tig joined the Board of NES Global Talent in 2013 and became CEO in 2014. With a successful career spanning more than 25 years, Tig previously worked as operating partner at AEA Investors LP, which bought NES Global Talent in 2012. Prior to that he was CEO of Adecco Group North America and held senior management roles at IBM, PwC and Price Waterhouse. “The acute and growing skills shortage in many engineering and technical disciplines drives strong demand for our services,” Tig said. “The NES global mobility platform offers a tailored, efficient and cost-effective solution to our client’s most challenging human capital needs. Our industry leading solutions give clients access to the best talent in the worldwide market, whether they are looking for a contract or permanent hire or a complete managed services solution. “NES Global Talent has always enjoyed a reputation for exceptional service to our contractors – offering the best career-developing opportunities with the best companies and ensuring that the unique skills and ambitions of our contractors align with our client’s needs. Personalised assignment support services, both globally and locally, allow our contractors to focus on their work and their personal life. “In business services, the people and culture play a tremendous role in the success of the enterprise.  I am so pleased to be part of this quality, motivated and customer-focused team at NES Global Talent.” Tig also serves on the Board of Directors of Lennar, Work Market, and Gypsum Management and Supply. Tig holds an MBA from Columbia Business School, Columbia University and a BS in Systems Engineering from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at the University of Virginia.

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NES Global Talent is proud to announce the strategic alignment between ourselves and the Fircroft Group to create NES Fircroft, one of the leading human capital solutions businesses for engineering and technical talent globally.