Maciej Witucki became president of the management board of Work Service S.A. in January 2016, having been a member of the supervisory board since 2013. He has extensive professional experience in the area of management of international enterprises and public companies. From 2006-2013, he served as president of Orange Polska (formerly TP), and from 2002-2006 he was a member of the management board, and later president of Lukas Bank. Prior to this, he held management roles at Cetelem and Cetelem Polska. In July 2015, he became a member of the supervisory board of TVN.
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Bettina Schaller oversees the public affairs activities of The Adecco Group, encompassing regulatory and policy issues and the group’s memberships in employers’ associations at the global and European scale. She is a board member of the World Employment Confederation, VP of WEC Europe and chair of the WEC Europe Public Affairs Committee. She is a member of the B20 Employment and Education Task Force, sits on the OECD Employment, Labour and Social Affairs Committee, supports the GFMD “responsible recruitment” efforts and acts as company focal point for the Global Apprenticeship Network and the World Economic Forum.
Denis Pennel has held the role of managing director of the World Employment Confederation (previously Ciett) since April 2005. Pennel promotes the interests of the staffing industry before international institutions such as the European Union, the International Labour Organisation, the World Bank and the OECD. Prior to his current role, he served as corporate communications director for Manpower France from 1998 to 2005. He is best known for his advocacy work during the writing phase of the Agency Work Directive as well as his efforts to ensure the optimal transposition of the directive across Europe.
Christophe Duchatellier is global head, professional recruitment, Spring Professional and Badenoch & Clark at The Adecco Group. Duchatellier first joined The Adecco Group in 2010 as director general, professional staffing. In 2012, he was appointed regional head for The Adecco Group operations in Japan and Asia and became an executive committee member for The Adecco Group. In 2015, he served as regional head of Asia Pacific. Prior to Adecco, he held leadership roles at Michael Page. Before embarking on his career in recruitment, Duchatellier studied law at the Université Paris-Sorbonne and Université Panthéon-Assas.
Martin Weiß is co-founder and managing director of ZAG Personal & Perspektiven, headquartered in Hanover, Germany. In 2007, Weiß founded the non-profit ZAG foundation Pro Chance, which supports the young and disadvantaged in various projects. Founded in 1984, ZAG Personal & Perspektiven operates more than 100 branches and employs more than 10,000 workers with approximately 17,000 client companies. With turnover of €240 million in 2014, ZAG Personal &Perspektiven is one of the 10 largest staffing companies in Germany. It is a member of the Federal Employers’ Association of Personnel Services (BAP).
Matthew Sanders is CEO and founder of de Poel, a vendor-neutral managed service provider in the U.K. He is also a director of Paraplus, an umbrella company. Sanders founded de Poel 10 years ago with Michael Campbell. Prior to that, he worked for Manpower UK and Corporate Services Group plc (now Impellam).
Steve Ingham is CEO of PageGroup, one of the largest global staffing fi rms. Ingham joined the company in 1987 — when it was still known as Michael Page — as a consultant. He became operating director in 1990 and was appointed to progressively larger roles until becoming CEO in 2006. The group now employs 7,500 people in 36 countries and in 2018 reported more than £800 million in gross profi t. Ingham ranked in Glassdoor’s Top CEO list for 2018. The company has also won a number of awards, including recently the Most Socially Engaged Staffing Agency on LinkedIn and Britain’s Most Admired Companies Award in the Support Services, People and Places sector category.
Denis Pennel has been managing director of the World Employment Confederation (previously Ciett) since 2005. Pennel promotes the interests of the staffing industry before international institutions such as the European Union, the International Labour Organization, the World Bank and the OECD. Prior to his current role, he served as corporate communications director for Manpower France from 1998 to 2005. A work futurist, he is best known for his thought leadership role on the changing world of work, acting as a keynote speaker and writing many opinion pieces and several books, including The Ego Revolution at Work (2015) and Travail, la soif de liberté (Work, the thirst for freedom, 2017).
Mike Beesley is the CEO of UK-based recruitment organisation Resource Solutions Group, or RSG. Since buying the company with business partner Keith Dawe in 1981, Beesley has taken RSG to new heights, navigating the 2008 recession and a restructuring to a £400 million-plus company as of 2018. His four decades’ industry experience include 20 years in IT recruitment and 20 years in MSP/RPO markets. He joined RSG after earning a business studies degree. Beesley is also the executive chairman of the Bristol Flyers basketball team.
Alain Dehaze is CEO of The Adecco Group. After graduating as a commercial engineer at the ICHEC Brussels Management School, Dehaze rose through the ranks at Henkel and ISS. In 2000, he was appointed managing director of Creyf’s Interim in Belgium. Between 2002 and 2009, Dehaze held executive roles at Humares, USG People and Solvus. Dehaze joined The Adecco Group in 2009 as regional head of Northern Europe and was appointed regional head of France in 2011 before becoming CEO in September 2015. Since 2016, Dehaze has been chair of the Global Apprenticeship Network. He is also a member of the ILO Global Commission on the Future of Work; steward of the World Economic Forum System Initiative on Education, Gender and Work; and co-chair of the governors for the WEF’s Professional Services Industry Community. Dehaze was also vice president of the World Employment Confederation Europe.