LHH’s SVP of Government and Industry Affairs Appointed Chair of Career Management Network at World Employment Confederation
Murielle Antille, LHH’s SVP of Government and Industry Affairs, has been appointed chair of the Career Management Network within the World Employment Confederation.
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New York, NY – February 23, 2021 – LHH, one of the world’s leading talent development and career solutions companies, is pleased to announce that Murielle Antille, LHH’s SVP of Government and Industry Affairs, has been appointed chair of the Career Management Network within the World Employment Confederation, a global industry association representing private employment services firms.
LHH President Ranjit de Sousa said that Antille was a perfect choice for the WEC given her proven track record as an industry thought leader and voice for advancing future-proof human capital strategies for companies of all sizes.
“Murielle has consistently shown all of us at LHH, our clients and organizations like the World Employment Confederation that she is one of the most creative and dynamic thinkers in the world of human capital,” said de Sousa. “We are confident that Murielle will help the WEC expand and extend their vision for the future of our industry and indeed, the future of work.”
As the industry voice for private employment services firms across the globe since 1967, the WEC has expanded its expertise into all areas of human capital management, including agency work, direct recruitment, career management, recruitment, outsourcing and managed service providers.
Bettina Schaller, WEC President, said that it is an important milestone to have Antille serve as the chair of the Career Management Network, which focuses on giving a stronger voice to all issues related to outplacement, redeployment, transitions and career mobility. Given today’s dynamic global talent market, work transitions are more important than ever for both employers and employees. Given her experience at LHH, Antille is the right expert leader to enhance and position the value of career management services for a sustainable world of work.
“It is essential that all organizations build a strategy for the future of work,” continued Schaller “Murielle has built a track record that combines the practitioner’s expertise with the understanding of the institutional framework that our industry needs to involve in today and in future.”
To help guide her in this new role with WEC, Antille said she will rely heavily on her 20 years of experience in the global human capital industry, the last eight of which have been in support of LHH’s global talent development solutions. She said the pandemic – as challenging as it has been for so many organizations and individuals – creates a unique opportunity to showcase strategies and solutions to build a more sustainable and resilient future for working people.
“No organization can navigate challenges like the pandemic and the relentless influence of forces like AI and machine learning alone,” Antille said. “We all need to work together – policy makers, employee representatives, and skilling providers – to find the pathways to the future of work. I am incredibly excited to seize this opportunity to be at the forefront of this journey and shape its course with the WEC.”
In today’s marketplace, organizations are discovering the need to turn their attention inward to find their future talent. At LHH, we help companies see the possibilities in their people. Through assessments, coaching, upskilling and transitioning, companies can realize the untapped potential within their own workforce, resulting in increased productivity, morale, and brand affinity.
A division of The Adecco Group—the world’s leading HR solutions partner—LHH’s 4,000 coaches and colleagues work with more than 12,000 organizations in over 60 countries around the world. We make a difference to everyone we work with, and we do it on a global scale. We have the local expertise, global infrastructure, and industry-leading technology to manage the complexity of critical workforce initiatives and the challenges of transformation. It’s why 60% of the Fortune 500 companies choose to work with us.
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