"My mission is to offer our customers innovative, future-proof personnel solutions across national borders. How do we achieve this? Through strategic customer management combined with increasing internationalisation in our key markets."
Alexander Heise began his career in 2004 in key account management and continued his career in various management positions at Hays in the following years. In 2012, he was promoted to Managing Director. In July 2021, the business graduate was appointed to the Hays Executive Board as Chief Strategic Client Officer (CSCO) with overall responsibility for strategic clients in the EMEA region.
Alex Heise has been appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Hays and the entire CEMEA region (Continental Europe, Middle East and Africa) as of 1 September 2023. In this role, he is responsible for Germany, the world's strongest business, as well as the regional business of the CEMEA countries.
"A successful organisation needs both: excellence in processes and the smooth interaction of all trades. With smart structures to more entrepreneurial clout - that is my credo."
After starting his career in 1996 at the Bilfinger construction group and a stint as commercial division manager at the industrial services provider Pöyry, Markus Auer became Chief Financial Officer of the Lahmeyer Group, which specialises in planning and consulting services, in 2011.
In July 2016, the Master of Business Administration was appointed Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Hays. In addition to finance, he is also responsible for the service sector and the further development of our organisation.
„The human factor is becoming increasingly important, especially in times of a shortage of skilled workers. I want to sustainably develop and strengthen the areas of employee retention and corporate culture at Hays – because my heart simply beats for people & culture topics.“
Imke Mahner worked at Accenture for almost ten years as Senior Manager – Talent & Organization before joining Avis Budget Group as Director Human Resources in 2017.
After two years as Vice President Organizational Development at Avis, the organizational psychology graduate moved to Hays as Head of People & Culture and has since been responsible for the entire department.