World Employment Confederation elects new leadership

04, October

PRESS RELEASE Bettina Schaller from The Adecco Group has been elected as the new President of the World Employment ...

PRESS RELEASE

Bettina Schaller from The Adecco Group has been elected as the new President of the World Employment Confederation. WEC members also elected two new Vice-Presidents, John Healy from Kelly and Charles Cameron from RCSA. The leadership of the organisation is further renewed with the arrival of ten new members on the Board.

 

“I am thrilled to take the helm of the organisation at a moment where the world of work is reinventing itself,” reacts Schaller. “The private employment services sector has a key role to play in shaping future employment policies and as the voice of the industry, the World Employment Confederation is a trusted partner for policymakers, workers and businesses in building the new normal.”

 

“The broadening scope of HR services, digital disruption, and most recently the global pandemic are creating both challenges and opportunities for our sector and I believe that the World Employment Confederation can offer significant support to its members working to grow their business and be recognised as global leaders in the transformation of this new world of work,” John Healy declares.

 

“I am particularly excited about entrenching our global reach and influence through the empowerment of our members. I want to continue supporting them in building their capacity and maintaining the highest quality standards, as I am convinced that the future of work will become more reliant upon trustful labour market intermediaries,” Charles Cameron adds.