WilsonHCG Announces New Hire to Lead Its Talent Consulting Division

Steven Davis joins WilsonHCG as the leader of global talent consulting.

WilsonHCG, a leading global talent solutions provider, has welcomed Steven Davis to head its talent consulting division. Based in New York, Davis will lead the global consulting team.

Davis brings more than 25 years of experience in talent acquisition to his new role to grow WilsonHCG’s consulting practice. He will leverage expertise in diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEIB), technology evaluation and the future of work.

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WilsonHCG’s consulting team specializes in employer branding, technology consulting, DEIB, strategic workforce planning, organization design, university recruitment and process design.

John Wilson, Chief Executive Officer at WilsonHCG, welcomed Davis to the team: “Having known Steve for a long time, I am very pleased to officially welcome him. He will play a pivotal role in expanding our global consulting services. And, more importantly, he will partner with clients to further their talent acquisition objectives.”

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Kim Pope, Chief Operating Officer at WilsonHCG, added: “I am delighted to welcome Steve to the WilsonHCG family. He has incredible experience that will further enhance our global consulting offerings; his reputation speaks for itself.”

Davis, Head of Consulting Services at WilsonHCG, commented: “I am excited to join WilsonHCG as I’ve seen the transformative work it’s doing in the space. I have known the leadership team at WilsonHCG for a long time and I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work alongside them to further cement the company’s reputation as one of the world’s leading talent solutions providers.”

Davis started his talent acquisition career in executive search before moving to Goldman Sachs where he led recruitment for seven of the company’s divisions. He also helped to build the financial institution’s veteran integration program. After leaving Goldman Sachs, Davis joined Broadridge Financial Solutions (NYSE BR) where he led global talent acquisition. During his tenure, he created a digital journey and experience for candidates, recruiters and hiring managers. Most recently, Davis was leveraging his expertise to assist fast-growing companies by building their talent acquisition infrastructures to scale.

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