Fortis, a payment technology leader for software providers, marketplaces, and scaling businesses, has appointed Jonathan Goldin as chief people officer. Goldin has also been added to the Fortis management committee and executive team.
Goldin has brought more than 25 years of experience and leadership in human resources (HR), mergers and acquisitions (M&A), and business transformation to Fortis. He has joined Fortis from PrimePay, where, as chief people officer, he led HR strategy and enabled business growth through organisational effectiveness, talent, leadership, and engagement programs. He also spent four years prior with ADP as VP of Global HR Transformation, PMO, Strategy & Planning, defining, driving, and enabling the next phase of ADP's global HR transformation.
Previously at Net at Work Inc., Goldin led the people function as chief HR officer, partnering with the business on strategic talent programs and enhancing the employee experience.
In this new role, Goldin will provide better visibility, prioritization, and decision-making around overall human capital strategies, talent development, and scaling "people-first" programs.
“As we continue to expand, it is important to put an experienced people leader at the executive table, helping us focus on the needs of our talented team and operational growth," said Greg Cohen, Fortis CEO.
“I'm looking forward to the journey ahead, as we work together to scale operationally, strategically align our talent and people programs, and achieve our exciting growth objectives," said Goldin.