M&T Resources appoints general manager
M&T Resources has appointed Paul Hutchinson (pictured right) as general manager of the company, having held the role of regional director NSW since 2013. He takes over from Chris Sandham (pictured left) who has become general manager NSW of ASG Group following its recent acquisition of SMS Management & Technology.
Hutchinson’s values-led leadership approach combined with his unwavering commitment to client delivery and excellence in candidate care resulted in the M&T NSW revenue growing from $26m to over $50m during his tenure as regional director. He looks forward to continuing in this vein as general manager, building on the success the business is already experiencing in the other regions during this new era for M&T Resources.
“I feel privileged to be leading the M&T Resources business Australia-wide,” said Hutchinson. “Our team boasts some the best people in the recruitment industry, and we work with an enviable portfolio of clients and candidates. I thrive on helping all of those individuals and businesses achieve greater success and I’m thrilled to be given the opportunity to do this nationally.”
M&T Resources will continue to focus on increasing its presence across major accounts in all regions, as well as evolving the go-to-market offerings in key specialist areas, with particular focus on digital and emerging technologies.
Dean Langenbach, ASG’s chief operating officer, commented, “While M&T Resources will continue to operate under its own brand name, the company is very much part of ASG’s plans for significant growth in the Australian marketplace”, said Langenbach.
As managing director of M&T Resources since 2010, Sandham leaves behind a strong legacy, having led the business to become one of Australia’s most awarded recruitment firms, with a focus on diversity and inclusion, client and candidate satisfaction, workplace culture and learning and development. Sandham’s focus on internal progression and best practice led to the development of the award-winning M&T Academy, and contributes to our impressive employee retention rate. During his time as managing director, Sandham has driven the strategic growth of the national business, achieving a 52% increase in revenue over seven years.