Programme

 

In 2017, the World Employment Conference will take a deep look into the labour market dynamics in the digital age with insights into how this will shape the world of work. Get a detailed overview of the programme below.

Dresscode (for the plenaries, masterclasses and the dinner at the Eiffel Tower) : Business/Informal : Business suit, tie optional, business style dress
Dressocde (for the gala dinner) : Semi-formal – Formal : Dark suit & tie /Sophisticated dress.

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Wednesday, 27 September 2017
08:30 > 09:00 001 08:30 > 09:00 Registration & refreshments Foyer du Centre de Conférence
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09:00 > 10:30 002 09:00 > 10:30 General Assembly meeting (first part) Salle Douro
Presentation of the 2018-2020 Strategic Plan
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10:30 > 10:50 003 10:30 > 10:50 Refreshment break Foyer du Centre de Conférence
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10:50 > 12:30 004 10:50 > 12:30 General Assembly meeting (second part) Salle Douro
Advocating & Profiling the HR Services
- Update of Global Public Affairs
- Reports from Regional Representatives
- Institutional & financial matters

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12:30 > 14:00 005 12:30 > 14:00 Lunch Break Invalides-Concorde
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14:00 > 15:30 006 14:00 > 15:30 Broadening scope of HR Services Salle Douro
- Presentation of different organisation models developed by National Federations
- Input from Corporate Members
- Open discussion and next steps

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15:30 > 15:50 007 15:30 > 15:50 Refreshment break Foyer du Centre de Conférence
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15:50 > 17:45 008 15:50 > 17:45 National Federation Committee Salle Douro
Best practices sharing & networking :
- How to secure new source of incomes ?
- How to comply with regulation on data privacy ?
- How Equal Pay principle is being applied across the world ?

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19:00 > 19:30 009 19:00 > 19:30 Transferring Foyer de l'hôtel
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19:30 > 23:59 010 19:30 > 23:59 Welcoming reception (Walking dinner) Restaurant de la Tour Eiffel
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Thursday 28 September 2017
08:30 > 09:15 011 08:30 > 09:15 Registration & refreshments Foyer du Centre de Conférence
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09:15 > 10:00 012 09:15 > 10:00 Welcome Speech Amphithéâtre
- Welcome speech by Gilles Lafon (President Prism’Emploi)
- Opening speech by Annemarie Muntz (President World Employment Confederation)
- 50 years of development of the employment industry - Denis Pennel (Managing Director World Employment Confederation)

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10:00 > 11:00 013 10:00 > 11:00 Plenary 1 - Navigate in a changing world of work: how to shape the future of work we want? Amphithéâtre
New forms of work, automation, digitalization, polarization: How to drive the changes taking place in the new world of work?

- Opening remarks by Stefano Scarpetta (Director for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs - OECD)
- Presentation « Workforce of the Future » Ruxandra Muys-Stoian (Partner PwC)
- Alain Dehaze (CEO The Adecco Group)
- David Ménascé (Co-founder of Azao and member of Institut de l’Entreprise)

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11:00 > 11:30 014 11:00 > 11:30 Break & refreshments Foyer du Centre de Conférence
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11:30 > 12:30 015 11:30 > 12:30 Plenary 2 - New workers, new solutions: Which role for intermediation? Amphithéâtre
How to align the new workplace to the new workforce: The role of labour market intermediaries

Opening presentation:
How workers position themselves in the changing world of work? - Mercedes Erra (Executive President of Havas Worldwide)

- Testimony of a young female slasher
- Vincent Huguet (CEO HopWork)
- Jonas Prising (Chairman & CEO ManpowerGroup)
- Pierre Cahuc (Professor of Economics at École Polytechnique - Director of the Macroeconomic Laboratory at CREST-ENSAE)

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12:30 > 14:00 016 12:30 > 14:00 Lunch Break Invalides-Concorde
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14:00 > 15:00 017 14:00 > 15:00 Master Class 1 - The evolution of work relationship and the new forms of employment (in English)
Which contractual arrangement for the workforce of the gig economy?

- Agostino Dimaio (Assolavoro/Italy)
- Kevin Green (REC/UK)
- Richard Walhquist (American Staffing Association/USA)
- Ryuji Ichikawa (JASSA/Japan)

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14:00 > 15:00 018 14:00 > 15:00 Master Class 2 - Labour market digitalization and competition (in English)
How to create a fair and competitive labour market in the digital age?

- Ruxandra Muys-Stoian (PwC)
- Grégoire Leclercq (Observatoire de l'Ubérisation)
- Charles Cameron (RCSA/Australia)

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14:00 > 15:00 019 14:00 > 15:00 Master Class 3 - Big data & Recruitment, are you there yet?
Why Big Data brings us to think differently about sourcing and recruitment ?

- Indeed representative
- Jeremy Lamri (Lab'RH)
- Fabrice Rey - Creative 21

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15:00 > 15:30 020 15:00 > 15:30 Break & refreshments Foyer du Centre de Conférence
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15:30 > 16:15 023 15:30 > 16:15 Master Class 6 - The EU posting of Workers Directive and social dumping
How to avoid the clash while facilitating free movement of workers in the EU?

- Representative of European Commission/Parliament (TBC)
- Anna Wicha (Forum HR-PL) [TBC]
- Laurent Vilboeuf (Labour Ministry, Work General Directorate) [TBC]
- François Roux (Prism’Emploi)

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15:30 > 16:30 021 15:30 > 16:30 Master Class 4 - Developing new services and protection to gig economy workers?
To which extent solutions developed by our industry could be used to accompany and protect platform workers?

- Wallace GAO - Vice-chairman of CAFST - China Association of Foreign Service Trades (CN)
- Tom Hadley (REC/UK)
- John Healy (Kelly US)

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15:30 > 16:30 022 15:30 > 16:30 Master Class 5 - Promoting fair practices in labour migrations
How to ensure sustainable recruitment and employment that is fair for workers, recruiters and employers?

- Marina Manke - International Organization for Migration (IOM)
- Margaux Brousse (FAF-TT)
- Stephanie Winet (GFMD)
- Ajda Cevc (IKEA)

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16:00 > 16:45 024 16:00 > 16:45 Refreshments Foyer du Centre de Conférence
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16:15 > 18:20 025 16:15 > 18:20 Information meeting for Prism’emploi members Amphithéâtre
- Members’ information meeting
- Exploring tomorrow’s social protection: expectations and induced mutations
- Alain MERGIER, sociologist and Philippe DABAT, AG2R LA MONDIALE Ordinary and Extraordinary General Meetings of Prism’emploi

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18:20 > 19:00 026 18:20 > 19:00 Free time
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19:00 > 19:30 027 19:00 > 19:30 Transferring
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19:30 > 23:59 028 19:30 > 23:59 Gala Dinner Le Paquebot – quai André Citroën
Le Paquebot - Quai André Citroën, 75015 Paris
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Friday 29 September 2017
08:30 > 09:00 029 08:30 > 09:00 Welcoming coffee Foyer du Centre de Conférence
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09:00 > 10:00 030 09:00 > 10:00 Plenary 3 - The impact of digital on HR Management and professional transitions Amphithéâtre
Talent acquisition, career & learning, HR analytics: How to manage the 21st Century workforce?

- Video on augmented reality in vocational training
- Jean-Michel Caye (Senior Partner and Managing director BCG)
- Armand Sohet (HR Director Sulzer)
- Jacques van den Broek (CEO Randstad Holding)

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10:00 > 10:50 032 10:00 > 10:50 Plenary 4 - Developing a more inclusive labour market through Digital Amphithéâtre
How digital can facilitate the role of public and private labour market intermediaries?

- Testimony from the Dutch vocational training fund : Adriana Stel (STOOF NL) and Jurrien KOOPS (ABU NL)
- Misoo Yoon (Deputy Director General Pole Emploi)
- Stefano Colli-Lanzi (CEO GI Group)
- Fons Leroy (Head of EU network of PES)

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10:50 > 11:20 033 10:50 > 11:20 Coffee break & refreshments Foyer du Centre de Conférence
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11:20 > 12:10 034 11:20 > 12:10 Plenary 5 - Responsible intermediation: A contribution to open, inclusive and dynamic labour markets Amphithéâtre
How to secure sustainable intermediation in order to improve the efficiency of the labour market?

- Phil Jennings (Secretary General UNI Global)
- Geoffroy Roux de Bezieux (Vice-president delegate Medef)
- Sarah O'Connor (Financial Times)

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12:40 > 13:00 036 12:40 > 13:00 Closing session Amphithéâtre
Presentation of 2018 World Employment Conference
Closing remarks by Hans LEENTJES, Vice-President World Employment Confederation

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13:00 > 15:00 037 13:00 > 15:00 Lunch Invalides-Concorde
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