As a distinguished thought-leader and global innovator, Bruce Morton has more than three decades of experience within the human capital and workforce management industry. As such, throughout his time in the field, Bruce has witnessed a massive shift in the way organizations manage their greatest asset: people.
As a sought-after and renowned international speaker, Bruce has stimulated audiences across the US, Europe, and Asia with his fresh and innovative approach to acquiring top talent—sharing his in-depth recruitment and retention knowledge with new-age media on a global scale. He has also designed, implemented, and managed some of the largest resourcing solutions across the globe—saving companies millions of dollars while securing the very best talent.
In his current role, Bruce serves as global head of strategy for Allegis Global Solutions (AGS). Promoted in January 2018, Bruce concentrates on adding increased value to AGS’ clients via new services and product-idea generation, internal and external thought leadership, and serving as a face to the industry through conferences and speaking engagements. Bruce was also promoted to chief marketing officer in 2013.
Prior to working at AGS, Bruce owned e3 Unlimited, a talent acquisition and development organization managing a breadth of staffing-related needs for global companies.
Bruce’s latest innovation is that of a dynamic integrated technology platform that, for the first time in industry history, integrates top-of-class digital recruitment technologies to create engaged living talent communities—diverging from traditional static methodologies. He was recognized as Thought Leader of the Year at the 2013 European HRO 'Be Transformed' Awards, and again as Thought Leader of the Year at the 2014 North American HRO Today Forum.
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