Randall W. Hatcher
Since graduating from the University of Georgia in 1978, Randy has worked for MAU Workforce Solutions, a family-owned business founded by his father, William G. Hatcher Sr. When Randy joined the company, it had just seven full-time employees (including him, his brother, and father) and twenty-five temporary employees working at customer locations in Augusta, Georgia. Today, MAU’s reach extends internationally, and it is one of the largest independently owned staffing firms in North America.
Randy has learned many lessons on his life journey. He has come to recognize that companies of the future will survive and flourish through their partnerships and that if businesses do not continue to reinvent themselves, they will fail or be commoditized. Randy has written a book on this lesson called The Birth of a New Workforce. Most important to him is the value of operating a business under Godly principles.
A past member of the Young President’s Organization (YPO), Randy currently belongs to the World President’s Organization (WPO) and the Chief Executives’ Organization (CEO).
His passions include influencing behavior to encourage positive outcomes. In the business world, this idea has manifested itself in two primary ways: through his pioneering roles in both the staffing and outsourcing industries, and through his many interactions with business leaders, whether one-on-one or in group settings. On the personal side, he enjoys teaching and stretching the minds of others to more deeply consider the tenets of the Christian faith.
Randy lives in Augusta, Georgia with his wife, Marilee, and their twin Cairn terriers, Molly and Lucy.
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The Birth of a New Workforce
by Randy Hatcher
A veteran in the staffing and outsourcing industries, Randy Hatcher has collected over thirty years of tested ideas for transforming companies and making them more competitive. In The Birth of a New Workforce, he introduces a new workforce model that frees you to focus on what really matters—your value-added core functions—while third-party specialists manage the rest.
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