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Switzerland — Adecco extends its Group Executive Committee

24 September 2009

The Adecco Group Executive Committee will be extended as of 1 October 2009. With this move, Adecco's markets will be represented in the Executive Committee.

The company remains fully committed to its proactive cost-focused and disciplined pricing approach, while trying optimise the service delivery model. Adecco intends to grow the general staffing business and expand its professional staffing business, the latter also via acquisitions.
The Executive Committee of Adecco Group will consist of the following members:

Patrick De Maeseneire, Chief Executive Officer
Dominik de Daniel, Chief Financial Officer
Christian Vasino, Chief Human Resources Officer
Sergio Picarelli, Chief Sales Officer
François Davy, Regional Head of France, Switzerland & India
Tig Gilliam, Regional Head of North America
Alain Dehaze, Regional Head of Northern Europe
Mark du Ree, Regional Head of Japan & Asia
Andreas Dinges, Regional Head of Germany & Austria
Federico Vione, Regional Head of Italy & Eastern Europe
Enrique Sanchez, Regional Head of Iberia & South America
Peter Searle, Regional Head of UK & Ireland (also in charge of Spring Group)

Annalisa Gigante, currently Chief Business Development and Marketing Officer, will pursue her career outside the Adecco Group.

Patrick De Maeseneire, Chief Executive of the Adecco Group said, " With this experienced team, all countries have a strong and balanced presence in the Executive Committee. The team will make sure we further implement our proven strategy, set the right priorities and seize the opportunities for the future growth of the Adecco Group."

"The members of the Executive Committee have already been with the Adecco Group between 3 and 22 years and have successfully managed a country or a region. Locally we have strong management teams running each country."

"Furthermore, I am delighted that Alain Dehaze has joined Adecco. Alain brings a profound staffing experience to the Group."



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