|By PR Newswire||
|August 12, 2014 03:15 PM EDT||
ATLANTA, Aug. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Tatum, a leading professional and interim services firm offering hands-on strategic, financial and technology solutions that measurably improve business performance, today announced that Scott Law has joined the company as its new Atlanta office managing partner.
Drawing on an extensive career in the executive search realm, in which he held leadership positions with several staffing companies, Law is responsible for building out Tatum's local practice through market and business development and helping employers understand how Tatum can help them reach their organizational goals with the right interim executive talent. He also is accountable for all office team hiring, mentoring and development, as well as ensuring the overall quality of Tatum's partner and consultant pools.
This position marks Law's return to Tatum, having previously worked for the company as a partner in its Financial Consulting practice earlier in his career. Prior to taking on this new role with Tatum, Law served as vice president of Business Development for Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc. Before then, he founded and served as managing partner of executive recruiting firm McCormick & Associates, and worked for Bell Oaks Company as a partner and shareholder. Prior to these roles, Law held a number of accounting positions, including senior auditor of KPMG, divisional CFO of Zep Inc. and corporate controller of Home Depot At-Home Services. In addition to his professional experience, Law holds degrees from Excelsior College, Georgia State University J. Mack Robinson College of Business and University of Georgia Terry College of Business.
"Tatum is making strategic investments across our markets; Atlanta, which is both a key market and the birthplace of Tatum, is no exception," said Bob Hostetler, Eastern Region managing partner for Tatum. "A lot has changed since Tatum was founded as a small boutique partnership in Atlanta in 1993. The marketplace is now crowded with look-a-like competitors and boutique interim services firms. Happily, Tatum, as part of the global Randstad professional services platform, is able to differentiate ourselves through our international reach spanning 4,500 locations in 39 countries. This reach is a key advantage to our national and internationally based clients, as well as for our CFO and CIO partners who benefit from a broad selection of challenging and interesting engagement opportunities."
Hostetler continued, "We are extremely pleased to have Scott Law joining us as our new Atlanta managing partner. Scott will be stepping into the practice at a key time in its growth and will be carrying forward a strong legacy of service and expansion. Scott's leadership skills, personal drive and commitment to recruiting and delivering the very best partner talent to the Atlanta marketplace will help us reach new heights."
"It is a great honor to join Tatum once again and help expand the company's presence in the Atlanta market and beyond," said Law. "As the company continues to grow and position itself as the foremost professional and interim services firm, I look forward to developing the processes and strategies for the Atlanta office that will help build new business, foster strategic alliances and create and maintain strong relationships with current and future clients alike."
Tatum is a leading professional and interim services firm offering hands-on strategic, financial and technology solutions that measurably improve business performance. Tatum's executive leaders and consultants help companies navigate critical points in the business lifecycle and execute their strategic initiatives. Our deep management and operational expertise, keen strategic consultancy and a focus on follow-through enable our teams to deliver solutions that drive sustainable impact. With a national footprint of offices in key markets, our firm is ready to mobilize locally anywhere in the country. Tatum is an operating company of Randstad US.
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