Camille Clément, student from emlyon business school is the 2016 Adecco Group ‘CEO for One Month’.
Camille stood out from 54,600 entrants and has run a Fortune 500 Company under the mentorship of the Adecco Group CEO Alain Dehaze
Meet her next Wednesday and discover her amazing experience
at our Paris Campus from 6.30pm the 19th of October | auditorium
the conference will be held in english
Chosen from more than 54,600 applicants from across the world, Camille displayed a winning combination of creativity, strategic thinking, team spirit, customer focus and passion to earn the remarkable opportunity to work alongside Group CEO Alain Dehaze. The ‘CEO for One Month’ experience gives all participants a career kick-start, boosting their skills, confidence and employability.
Throughout this experience, Camille had a front-line view on how executives approach the challenges of running a €22 billion, global Fortune 500 company. Beyond HR solutions and the staffing business specifically, she learned on the job business skills, including management, finance, marketing, and experienced public speaking opportunities on behalf of Adecco Group.
The ‘CEO for One Month’ programme helps talented young people gain relevant work experience that will boost employability and help them kick off their careers with confidence.
Selection for this year’s Group ‘CEO for One Month’ started in March. Over 54,600 candidates applied from all over the world. 50 were chosen to work alongside Adecco Country Managers in their home countries. A selection of 10 were then invited to the ‘Global CEO for One Month’ boot camp in Amsterdam, with the top 5 proceeding to the final challenge and interview in Tokyo.
‘CEO for One Month’ is part of Way to Work, the Adecco Group’s global initiative which aims to tackle skills shortages, develop young people’s employability and help them enter the world of work. Through Way to Work, the Adecco Group provides young people internships and apprenticeships (over 5,000 between 2015/2016), career guidance and training.