Business Talent Group is proud to share that our CEO, Jody Greenstone Miller, has been named to Staffing Industry Analysts’ 2019 Staffing 100 List. SIA’s annual list recognizes the most influential workforce solutions leaders in North America. These 100 movers and shakers “create new models of work, drive efficiencies while running companies, influence legislation and introduce technologies that change how we work,” according to SIA.
“It’s an honor to be named to this year’s Staffing 100 by SIA—one of the first organizations to recognize the full potential of the gig economy—alongside other talent solutions industry leaders who are pioneering new ways for the world’s top companies to get important work done,” Jody said. “I’m especially proud of the team we’ve built at Business Talent Group to serve the needs of a wide-ranging client base that includes more than 40% of the Fortune 100, as well as the recognition we have received as innovators in the on-demand talent space.”
Alongside co-founder Amelia Warren Tyagi, Jody has established BTG as a leader in agile workforce solutions and a key player in the on-demand talent marketplace. BTG enables companies to work smarter, faster, and more flexibly by accessing a curated network of thousands of the world’s best consultants, industry experts, and project leaders. The recent acquisition of UK-based Hillgate expands BTG’s international footprint and scope, further solidifying the company’s position as a global leader in the industry.
Jody’s entry in the SIA list reads: “Jody Greenstone Miller, the co-founder and CEO of Business Talent Group, has been a driving force in the talent solutions industry for more than 10 years. In 2018, BTG developed and deployed enterprise-wide programs for the Fortune 1000 that make it easier for companies to identify, access and manage the best independent talent for their needs. BTG works with more than 40% of the Fortune 100 and this year experienced its 11th consecutive year of growth. Miller was also named to SIA’s 2018 Global Power 150 — Women in Staffing list.”