MORRIS PLAINS, NJ, February 3, 2021 – Weichert Workforce Mobility today announced that Janet Markle has been promoted to Senior Regional Vice President.
Since joining Weichert in 2014, Markle has been instrumental in strengthening the company’s southwestern US and midwestern US operations while expanding its global client base. Her reputation as a collaborative partner, visionary strategist and passionate leader has earned her praise from colleagues and client contacts.
In her new role, she’ll continue to manage the mobility teams in the midwestern region while also taking on responsibility for two critical business units: Global Compensation Services and Global Business Travel.
“Janet’s unique perspective, creative insight and deep understanding of our industry have made her a valued resource not only to our client contacts but also our service and sales teams,” said Vicki Lander, Executive Vice President.
“This well-deserved promotion acknowledges the impact she has had on growing our book of business, retaining and expanding several key accounts and spearheading the testing and development of critical service-related workstreams on our new technology platform. It also reflects the leadership role she has played in the development of our Global Business Traveler tool, which positions us to address a key client need in the fast-evolving, post-COVID mobility landscape.”
Markle has over twenty-five years of experience in workforce mobility, covering global and domestic account management, business development, client relations, operations and training, and encompassing a wide range of increasingly strategic leadership capacities. She most recently served as Regional Vice President of Weichert’s Midwestern US Operations, which has grown significantly under her watch while achieving benchmark scores in client satisfaction, customer satisfaction and colleague engagement.
“Janet exemplifies our collaborative culture, and she is one of the key drivers of our corporate Belief in securing winning outcomes for our clients and colleagues,” said President Dave Bencivengo. “I expect that she will continue to achieve great things in her new role.”