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About Me

Passionate about people development, HR Change Leader, I believe in building an employee experience that has a positive impact on the performance of the business. I have had experiences in various industries including Manufacturing environnements, that gave me an ability to reinforce the value of diversity.

Experience

Global Human Resources Director

Jaeger-LeCoultre
June 2011 to August 2018
Responsibilities completed
  • High watchmaking brand focusing on high complications and innovation. Operations in more than 25 countries around the world and a fully integrated Manufacture in Switzerland for a total of 1850 employees.
    Team of 14 HR Experts and matrix reportings in countries
  • Create and implement an ambitious, engaging and unique HR Strategy supporting the growth and the transformation of the Brand worldwide while reducing TO from 11% to 7.5%
  • Create robust and innovative HR processes in Hiring, Sourcing and Integration to deliver a growth of +65% in Headcount over 4 years and the opening of 75 boutiques all around the world
  • Launch a WW Learning Management System using e-learning modules, COOC, Certifications, videos but also World Class Training courses lot deliver a comprehensive Training experience while also leading to a reduction of 70% in costs for basics (IT, languages, etc...)
  • Conduct the digitalisation of HR in all areas using SAP, Success Factors, General Assembly, Cornerstones, etc... focusing on the Employee/Candidate Experience and the overall efficiency of the function
  • Continuously advise and lead within the Executive Committee on redesign of structures to move from Product centric to Client centric, from Wholesale to Omnichannel, to introduce lean Manufacturing, or while creating the digital Marketing expertise within of the Brand
  • Support an aggressive and ambitious internal mobility and people development strategy with more than 60% of position filled from internal.
  • Design a Job Mapping and manage flexibility in Manufacturing to reduce redundancy exposure both short term and long term
Company Description

High watchmaking brand focusing on high complications and innovation. Operations in more than 25 countries around the world and a fully integrated Manufacture in Switzerland for a total of 1800 employees.
Team of 14 people and matrix reportings in countries
Fast growing environment with high boutique opening frequency and cultural shift with digital.

Company website

http://www.jaeger-lecoultre.com

Head of Human Resources, Europe and Black Sea

Louis Dreyfus Commodities
October 2008 to May 2011
Responsibilities completed
  • Commodity Trading company, involved in both paper and physical trading. Also major producer of seeds, oil, orange juice, etc, with headquarters in Geneva and manufacturing operations mainly in Germany and Black Sea.
    650 people in the Region and an HR Team of 4 people
  • Introduction of HR KPIs to monitor the activity and influence decision of the Executive Committee
  • Member of the selection process for Trainee Traders, extension of the process to new schools and improvement of tests
  • Identification of new sourcing to support high recruitment activity
  • Development of new training initiatives supporting cultural switch
  • HR Representative for Due diligence and integration following the acquisition with people assessment in the existing teams, recruitment and mobility arbitrage, introduction of HR Processes
  • Introduction of soft skills training such as presentation skills, negotiations skills and management trainings – Led to the creation of an academy
  • Transfer of 80 people from France to Switzerland with a success rate of 70%, social plan in France and high recruitment activity in Switzerland to re-build specialised teams
Company Description

Involved in both paper and physical trading. Also major producer of seeds, oil, orange juice, etc, with headquarters in Geneva and manufacturing operations mainly in Germany and Black Sea. 650 people in the Region and an HR Team of 4 people

Company website

http://www.ldc.com

Human Resources Director, AIG Europe France

AIG (American International Group)
January 2004 to September 2008
Responsibilities completed
  • Launch of a new initiative in Small business leading to new sourcing, new compensation schemes, new integration processes
  • Implementation of new HRIS at European level
  • Management of employee relations
  • Creation of a dynamic Talent management process with active training initiatives
Company Description

AIG Europe France was the biggest operation in Europe for AIG. Entrepreneur culture, niche player, mainly Major Accounts for General insurance with a strategic investment in the last years in Small and Mid Size business. 300 people and a HR team of 6 people

Company website

http://www.aig.com

European HR Manager, Compensation, Benefits and Expatriates

AIG (American International Group)
September 2000 to February 2004
Responsibilities completed
  • Re-design the Company Car policy for Western Europe, including negotiation with leading Leasing Companies to secure a saving of 10% on european costs for cars
  • Promote and guide harmonisation of Benefits within the different European entities, both West and Central/Eastern Europe of AIG Group with very different level of legislation but also maturity and size of operations both in countries and within countries
  • Review and harmonise the pension schemes in Switzerland which led to significant savings and better benefits
  • Lead and manage approval of the whole European Compensation review process
  • Negotiate the replacement of Defined Benefits Plans by Defined Contribution plans in each country.
  • In preparation of my next step:
    - Create the Benelux structure with the European senior management and the new general manager
    - Be appointed HR Manager for Denmark for one year.
Company Description

AIG Companies in Europe covers all Continental and Eastern and Central Europe for the 4 businesses of AIG, General Insurance, Life insurance, Asset Management and Financial Services. 3000 employees spread amongst more than 60 different companies, from General Insurance and Life insurance operations to Banks or Asset Management Operations. Entrepreneur Culture focused on innovation and niche markets in Europe, extremely diverse with a business oriented HR function managing different maturity, different pace of businesses. Strong matrix environment.

Company website

http://www.aig.com

Management Associate, Compensation and Benefits

AIG (American International Group)
December 1998 to August 2000
Responsibilities completed
  • Develop a calculation tool to Value Stock Options in a recruitment process
  • Review and implementation of the new Company Car policy for Western European Countries
  • As part of the High potential program, high exposure to Senior Executives of AIG Inc in the US and AIG Companies in Europe.
Company Description

High Potential Program with Assignment at AIG Inc Headquarters in New York City, USA (110,000 employees in the world at that time and only 50 Management Associate world-wide)

Company website

http://www.aig.com

European Compensation and French Payroll Manager

Case Europe
August 1996 to December 1998
Responsibilities completed
  • Design of a new variable compensation scheme for European Sales People following new organisation
  • Hay Method Specialist for all European sites, including Manufacturing
  • Started as French compensation, supporting French manufacturing Sites, but soon became European Compensation on top of Managing French Payroll (more than 3000 employees on two different payrolls sets)
Company Description

TP and Agricultural Equipment, Case is the merger of Poclain, Case and IH.
Over 6000 people in Europe with several manufactures mainly in France, UK and Germany.
Now became, CNH Industrial as it continued its expansion through acquisitions (New Holland)

Company website

http://www.cnhindustrial.com