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Experience Worked for 8,000 Young People around the Global at the Adecco Group’s First ‘Experience Work Day’
The Adecco Group’s new global initiative involved more than 4000 Adecco Group experts in 46 countries, all giving their time to helping young people gain experience and improve their job prospects
The Adecco Group’s First ‘Experience Work Day’ Guides World’s Young Job Seekers On Their ‘Way To Work’
Offices and branches of The Adecco Group in 46 countries to open their doors for a full day’s job shadowing, career orientation, CV clinics and interviews
The Adecco Group’s ‘CEO for One Month’s Offers Young Talent Top Work Experience and Develops their Employable Skills
An opportunity for ambitious candidates to shadow leaders in 49 countries of The Adecco Group and gain brighter career prospects for the 4th consecutive year
Distinct Positioning and Brand Identity Underlines the Adecco Group’s Leading Role in the Global Workforce Solutions Industry
New Group brand identity cements its position as a global thought-leader and allows global lead brands to flourish
INSEAD, The Business School for the World, released the fourth edition of Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI). Produced in partnership with The Adecco Group and the Human Capital Leadership Institute of Singapore (HCLI), the GTCI is an annual benchmarking report that measures the ability of countries to compete for talent.
Bangkok, January 2017; Adecco Group Thailand launches “Salary Guide 2017” providing salary information on many positions in various businesses and industries while revealing survey results of “Total Rewards for Gen Me”.
Bangkok, Thailand, 5th January 2017: The 8th Annual Career Survey of Thai Children for the year of 2017 conducted by Adecco Group Thailand, reveals that becoming a “Teacher” has ascended Doctor, which has been the most popular career choice for the past seven years, this year being a Doctor” settles in second rank. The coolest job for the kids is being a “Soldier”. Their own parents remain their most exquisite idols.
Adecco Group Thailand conducted a survey on the topic of "Total Rewards for Gen Me" with 1,289 Thai jobbers. The survey focuses on what rewards preferences that organizations should consider to provide to their employees with the mix of generations in their workplace. The survey will support leaders and HR professionals in understanding each generation rewards preferences and customize Total Rewards package to meet individual needs, in order to motivate, engage and retain their employees.
Unveils new logo, new website, enhanced communications tools
Contenders from across the world compete for the top job alongside CEO Alain Dehaze