Under Charlotte’s leadership, all processes and procedures have been reviewed and standardized to ensure best practices delivery of services
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) January 4, 2008
Margery Marshall has been named president of Vandover, a premier provider of global relocation and career transition assistance. In January 2008, Marshall joins VandoverÂ’s executive leadership team to direct aggressive growth strategies and launch innovative service offerings to help employers respond to the ever-changing challenges of a mobile workforce.
Vandover’s record growth during the past two years highlights unprecedented demand for relocation assistance among progressive employers. Marshall is a recognized leader and pacesetter in the relocation industry, and she joins Vandover with a focus on expanding talent mobility benefit programs to better serve emerging needs of employers.
“Margery has the proven ability to guide Vandover’s strategies and execute innovative solutions for talent management issues faced by employers today,” said Mary Quigg, Vandover’s founder and CEO. “Throughout 2007, Margery worked with Vandover as a consultant in the areas of strategic growth and leadership development. Her projects included in-depth client interviews and focus groups to better understand the changing needs of our client population. She understands our industry, and she brings an exciting new perspective to an already dynamic team. For years, employers have discussed the looming war for talent; that day has arrived, and employers must do everything they can to attract and retain the best talent. I’m thrilled that Margery will be helping to lead Vandover in extraordinary new directions to help our clients and partners make sure they have the right talent in the right place at the right time.”
Marshall’s extensive background in HR and mobility closely matches Vandover’s corporate values and goals. As a senior executive with two Fortune 100 companies, she has created and launched successful global programs throughout the world. She is recognized as a visioning and strategic planning expert, and she is a frequent speaker and subject matter expert on HR mobility issues. In addition, she has assisted numerous organizations with organizational planning and product and market development.
“I have had the good fortune of partnering with Vandover as a service provider,” said Marshall, who worked with Vandover when she held the position of president of Prudential Relocation. “I’ve seen firsthand how dedicated the company is to maximizing the success of their clients. Vandover provides ground-breaking benefits that make a tremendous difference in an employer’s recruitment, relocation, and retention outcomes. I look forward to contributing to Vandover’s continued success.”
Marshall unites with Quigg and Charlotte Nenninger, COO, as a member of Vandover’s executive leadership team. Marshall will be responsible for positioning Vandover’s thought leadership with organizations worldwide.
“Under Charlotte’s leadership, all processes and procedures have been reviewed and standardized to ensure best practices delivery of services,” said Quigg. “Working side-by-side, Margery and Charlotte will ensure Vandover is poised for aggressive growth as we help an increasing number of progressive employers execute talent mobility solutions.”
In the late 1980s, Vandover introduced the concept of relocating spouse employment assistance as a corporate-sponsored benefit. Vandover also pioneered a contemporary, centralized delivery model for the outplacement industry. In the 1990s, Vandover further responded to market needs and began offering lifestyle settling-in support services for relocating employees and career-minded and non-career minded spouses/partners. Today, Vandover recognizes the changing face of the workforce and continues to introduce a broader menu of services, including supporting participants who change careers, begin entrepreneurial endeavors, and seek greater work/life balance.
Vandover recently published a white paper titled “The Shifting Priorities of Today’s Transferees,” an in-depth look at what employers must consider to meet the needs of today’s mobile workforce. Recent downturns in the US real estate market and in some global locations further complicate employers’ efforts to recruit, retain, and relocate top talent. This white paper and others may be ordered at http://www.vandover.com or by emailing whitepapers(at)vandover.com
Vandover is a St. Louis-based career management and relocation transition firm that provides global talent mobility solutions for corporations, organizations, and government entities worldwide. Vandover is certified as a Woman-Owned Business Enterprise by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).
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