Albany Hires Senior VP of Global Alliances

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<p><strong>Fort Lauderdale, Fla. &mdash; Oct. 31</strong><br />Albany, a global provider of contingent workforce management services, has hired Chris Mortonson as senior vice president of global alliances, services and solutions. Mortonson will be responsible for expanding Albany&#39;s global solutions across various sectors including staffing and recruitment, consulting and software to serve the needs of Fortune 1000 companies.<br /><br />”In an increasingly global economy, as the talent war intensifies, Albany is well positioned to deliver a broad range of scalable workforce solutions for clients and partners on five continents,” said Mortonson.<br /><br />Mortonson has more than 25 years of experience spanning the financial services, global staffing, consulting and software technology industries. His background spans the entire talent management life cycle, with a focus on HR outsourcing, global workforce management, supply chain management and strategies for flexible workforces and contingent labor programs.<br /><br />”Chris is a proven leader in human capital management, information technology and the staffing industry,” said Martin Glick, chief executive officer of Albany. “His leadership and background will be a positive addition to the Albany global management team.”<br /><br />Mortonson has previously lived in Japan and has traveled extensively throughout the world. He has a master&#39;s degree in business and is a Navy veteran, carrier pilot and graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy. </p>

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