BOSTON, MA (November 18, 2019) – Sevenstep President Amy Bush has been named to Staffing Industry Analysts’ 2019 Global Power 150 Women in Staffing list. This year marks the first time Bush has made the list.
“The women named to this year’s Global Power 150 list play an important role in bringing value to the workforce solutions ecosystem, elevating not only the bottom line for their organizations but lifting up their teams through a passionate focus on employee development and creation of positive and inclusive cultures in which talent thrives,” said Subadhra Sriram, editor and publisher, media products, at SIA.
Under Bush’s leadership, Sevenstep’s revenue has increased by 20 percent across the six continents and 50+ countries the company delivers RPO in, the client portfolio has increased by 33 percent, and Bush has successfully led the integration of Sevenstep’s newly acquired MSP line of business. Bush has also been a champion of the development of a Diversity & Inclusion program across Sevenstep as well as Motion Recruitment Partners.
Last year, Beth Gilfeather, CEO of Motion Recruitment Partners, Sevenstep’s parent company, made the 2018 list.
The complete 2019 Global Power 150 Women in Staffing list can be viewed here.
Sevenstep is a Global Talent Outsourcing company and a leader in recruitment process outsourcing (RPO). Annually ranked as a top enterprise RPO provider on HRO Today’s Baker’s Dozen list, Sevenstep is known for its unbounded vision and partnership-driven approach, persistently defying industry conventions to provide clients with talent acquisition wins and business performance gains. With a global delivery footprint spanning six continents, Sevenstep is a nonstop recruitment force determined to push beyond limits and embrace possibilities.
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