iWorkGlobal Appoints Mike Flowers and Gus Nazareth in Key Sales and Legal Roles

Mike Flowers joins the iWorkGlobal business development team and Gus Nazareth will help guide global legal affairs


iWorkGlobal, an authority in global workforce management, today announced the appointments of Gus Nazareth to Associate General Counsel and Mike Flowers as Vice President, Sales.

“We are very excited to have both Gus and Mike join the iWorkGlobal team,” said Jeff Phelps, CEO of iWorkGlobal. “With Gus’s wealth of global labor law knowledge and experience and Mike’s hands-on experience in providing comprehensive workforce solutions to global clients, iWorkGlobal will be well-positioned to continue our focus on helping organizations engage talent globally while ensuring compliance with jurisdictional regulation.”Hrtech News

Nazareth brings deep experience in labor law, working with large HR services and staffing organizations in the U.K. His diverse background in legal consulting, IP and Data Protection and legal compliance aligns well with the needs of iWorkGlobal clients in global markets.

“iWorkGlobal’s mission of helping organizations engage in true global work mobility resonated with me,” Nazareth said. “I’m inspired to work with such an experienced and successful team and make my contribution to iWorkGlobal’s incredible growth.”

Nazareth is an experienced lawyer who holds a Masters in Law from the University of London and a Bachelors of Law from Milton Campos Law School in Brazil.

An enterprise sales specialist, Flowers has overseen large and successful teams specializing in employer-of-record, independent contractor compliance and risk management. He has worked with leading HR workforce solutions companies in obtaining customers with global reach and was instrumental in the design of their global payroll programs.

“iWorkGlobal’s diverse culture & innovative technology anchored by world class service were among the reasons that I chose to join this team,” Flowers said. “I’m excited to help organizations manage their distributed workforces while expanding iWorkGlobal’s global footprint.”

Flowers earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee and an MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management.


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