AmCham Taipei & BCCT & ECCT Joint Chambers Luncheon
AmCham Human Resources Committee Luncheon
With new megatrends emerging, today’s workplace is rapidly changing. Many workers are concerned about the impact that technological changes could have on their jobs in years to come. How will employers support employees in the acquisition of new skills and providing sufficient skills development?
AmCham Taipei, BCCT and ECCT are delighted to invite Alain Dehaze, Chief Executive Officer of the Adecco Group, a global leader in human resource solutions and a Fortune 500 company, to share on employability and the talent imperative, globally and locally and to examine the role of companies and public institutions in building new workforce skills, and the main drivers of the labor market. During the sharing, Mr Dehaze will cover:
- What to expect from the future of employment and the role of corporates in developing talent
- Skills needed now and, in the future
- How corporates can add value to education systems, and the role that talent plays in boosting productivity
- Workplace megatrends
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Chief Executive Officer, The Adecco Group
Alain Dehaze is CEO of The Adecco Group, the world’s leading provider of workforce solutions partner. Through its global brands Adecco, Adia, Badenoch & Clark, General Assembly, Lee Hecht Harrison, Modis, Pontoon, Spring Professional and YOSS, the Adecco Group is making the future work for everyone.
Born in 1963, the Belgian national graduated as a commercial engineer from the ICHEC Brussels Management School before rising through the ranks at Henkel and ISS. He joined the workforce solutions sector in 2000, when he was appointed Managing Director of Creyf’s Interim in Belgium. This path took him to the CEO position at Solvus, COO of USG People – when the latter took over Solvus – and CEO of the Dutch staffing services company Humares [between 2007 and 2009]. Alain joined the Adecco Group in 2009 as Member of the Executive Committee, responsible first for Northern Europe, then for the Group’s largest market France, before taking on the CEO position in September 2015.
Alain is Chair of the Global Apprenticeship Network [GAN] and since August 2017 a member of the newly formed ILO Global Commission on the Future of Work. He also previously held board positions with the European Confederation of Private Employment Agencies and the World Employment Confederation
Contact Person: Jamie Lee (02) 2718-8226 ext. 211 / firstname.lastname@example.org