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EmployBridge Names Colin Mooney Chief Transformation Officer

New executive leader to focus on driving digital strategies to optimize employer and candidate experience

EmployBridge, a leading provider of technology-enabled, light industrial workforce solutions in the United States, today announced it has named Colin Mooney as Chief Transformation Officer. In this newly created role, Mooney will immediately assume responsibility for implementing the company’s digital strategies to enhance the candidate experience and for building out service capabilities to continue bringing high-performance workforce solutions for customers.

“Colin is a recognized digital transformation expert and his experience leading strategic innovation efforts within our industry will be a tremendous asset to our team during a pivotal growth phase for our company,” said Billy Milam, Chief Executive Officer of EmployBridge. “We are thrilled to welcome him to our executive leadership team in this strategic role.”

Mooney joins EmployBridge from Robert Half, where he served as Chief Digital Officer. In this role, he led the implementation of their multi-cloud sales and service business transformation strategy, including the design and delivery of an industry-leading candidate mobile app. Mooney also led their business transformation function, which was a strategic investment portfolio set up to drive marketing, product development, AI, CRM, and other technology innovations. Prior to his executive role at Robert Half, he served as a Senior Director of Strategic Innovation at Salesforce and as Director of Client Services at Carma.

“I welcome this opportunity to join EmployBridge during a time of strong growth for the company,” said Mooney. “Our transformation strategies will build on previous successes and continue to create great value for our candidates, customers and colleagues.”

Mooney joins the executive leadership team shortly after the company announced the addition of new Chief Digital Officer Don Sloan, another employment industry veteran. The two will partner closely on business-led technology strategies to support an accelerated growth phase for the company. EmployBridge has continued to expand its executive team to advance the company’s growth and technology strategies.

About EmployBridge

As workforce specialists, EmployBridge provides value-added workforce solutions and job opportunities through focused specialty divisions including Decca, Hire Dynamics, ProDrivers, ProLogistix, Remedy Intelligent Staffing, RemX, Resdin, ResourceMFG, Select, Vaughan, and Westaff. Combining the advantages of national scale, in-depth local market knowledge, supply-chain expertise, and powerful recruiting and retention tools, EmployBridge is recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts as America's largest industrial staffing firm. The company puts more than 450,000 temporary associates to work annually across a network of 446 offices in 48 states. In 2021, EmployBridge provided more than 157 million work hours to 13,000 customers, generating more than $3.8 billion in revenue. EmployBridge is also helping close the skills gap in America's supply chain by providing free, career-focused skills development courses to its temporary associates as well as personal training courses through the firm's Better WorkLife Academy and Life Skills Studio; more than 28,000 temporary associates are currently enrolled. EmployBridge is majority-owned by certain investment funds managed directly or indirectly by Apollo Global Management, Inc. and its subsidiaries and affiliates. For more information, please visit


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