Thursday, 04 November 2021 16:57

Former Westpac CEO Hartzer takes the chair at Reejig

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Workforce intelligence specialist Reejig has appointed Brian Hartzer to the role of chairman.

"We are so pleased to welcome Brian as the chairman of our board. Brian is well known in the industry for his track record of building high performing and highly engaged teams, as well as his passion for leadership development," said Reejig CEO and co-founder Siobhan Savage.

"His experience in leading some of Australia's largest and most complex organisations will be invaluable as we seek to deliver our vision of a world with zero wasted potential in people and businesses.

"His personal experience in creating workforce agility within a major corporation, coupled with his commitment to helping companies build diverse, highly engaged teams, will strengthen Reejig as we work to create a better future of work; one without bias, where everyone thrives at work."

Hartzer was previously managing director and CEO of Westpac, and is also chairman of fintech Beforepay, and a senior advisor to Quantium and Sayers Group.

Before joining Westpac he was CEO of Royal Bank of Scotland's UK retail operation, and spent ten years at ANZ, most recently as CEO.

Hartzer holds a BA in European history from Princeton University.

"The move towards organisational agility is here to stay. Many large companies are adopting agile strategies and putting in place agile team structures, processes, and technology. But to maximise outcomes, companies need new tools that help them find, move, reskill and engage their talent," said Hartzer.

"Reejig is a gamechanger for large organisations as they seek to solve workforce agility. It gives management and HR professionals 100% visibility of the skills within a workforce, and uses ethical AI to identify and support talent decisions that are both fair and successful."

He added "I was fortunate to have discovered Reejig's solution at an early stage and have been amazed by the quality of what they've built in a short period of time. I know from personal experience that Reejig solves an issue that so many large companies have historically struggled with. Siobhan and the Reejig leadership team are exceptional, and I couldn't be more excited to support them as they enter this period of rapid growth."

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Stephen Withers

Stephen Withers is one of Australia¹s most experienced IT journalists, having begun his career in the days of 8-bit 'microcomputers'. He covers the gamut from gadgets to enterprise systems. In previous lives he has been an academic, a systems programmer, an IT support manager, and an online services manager. Stephen holds an honours degree in Management Sciences and a PhD in Industrial and Business Studies.

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