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Jérémy MAILLY

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38 ans - COURBEVOIE (92400) France - jeremy.mailly@laposte.net - 06 60 32 02 33 - 0660320233

Situation professionnelle

N'envisage pas de changer de poste actuellement

Souhait professionnel

Experience
Non renseigné
Rémuneration
Non renseigné

Résumé

Follow me on Twitter : @MaillyJeremy

DRH Groupe / Group HR VP at MOM Group - Materne Mont Blanc

Previously :
- France & Corporate Departments HR Director / Bel Group
- International HR Director (Americas - Asia Pacific Region), expatriated in New York.
- Head of Compensation & Benefits for 7 years.

Professor at Institut de Gestion Social (Paris) between 2006 and 2011.
Professor at Ciffop-Paris 2 (Paris) in 2010.


Specialties:
- Unions relations/negotiation
- Talent Acquisition/Management
- Training & people development
- Organization change
- International HR management
- Compensation & Benefits
- International Mobility
- HRIS and HR reporting
- HR Shared Services (Payroll, HR Administration)

Expériences professionnelles

Drh groupe / group hr vp

Groupe MOM Materne Mont Blanc , Paris - CDI

De Novembre 2015 à Aujourd'hui

France & corporate departments hr director

BEL , Paris

De Mars 2013 à Novembre 2015

Outline of responsibilities and main achievements:
1. Define the HR ambition of France and implement the roadmap 2015 : reward policy, training strategy, social relationships, management skills and career management, workforce planning for factories
2. Adapt organizations to increase flexibility and efficiency (SC, R & D ...)
3. Deploy the People First program (Social Charter and Social Survey) and associated actions
4. Management and facilitation of the HR community in France
5. Labor negotiations: Managing social relations based on dialogue and mutual understanding (CEC NAO ...)
6. Accelerate the Talent policy in France (Great Place to Work, Leadership Academy, Career path…)
7. Coordination of HR core processes (People review, succession planning, annual maintenance, maintenance career training plan ...)

Americas & asia pacific zone hr director

BEL

10 countries – Member of the Zone Committee

Outline of responsibilities and main achievements:
1. Participate in the strategic planning of the Zone,
2. Lead and coordinate CSR and Communication
3. Definition of the 2015 target organization: participate to the workforce planning, manage organizational projects
4. Deployment of “People First” program: Engagement survey, Social Charter, Work-Life balance, feedback culture…
5. Implement succession planning and secure key people and key positions.
6. Union relations
7. Staffing: Roll-out of a new Talent Acquisition Strategy (Employer branding, digital strategy, selection skills, on-boarding process…)
8. Coordinate training and people development as a key lever of Bel AMAP HR strategy to accompany the business growth and the building of human capabilities.
9. Take ownership of the start-up environments (Mexico, Brazil...)
10. Lead the core processes (People review process, Annual Performance process, Career management, HR/Career interview with key people of all countries…)

Skills: International HR Management, Talent Management, Culture differences, Entrepreneurial spirit, Functional management, Coaching & Counseling HR skills, Ability to understand business needs, Strong interpersonal skills with a customer focus, Out-of-the-box ideas

Total reward and hr corporate services director

BEL

Management of 35 employees with 5 direct managers – (Comp&Ben, International Mobility, Performance and HR Processes, HR Reporting, Payroll and HR Administration Shared Services, HQ facilities management)
Report to the Group HR Vice-President

Outline of responsibilities and main achievements
1. Grading project deployment (Hay methodology) in 33 countries
2. Execs Comp (with contribution and participation to the Compensation committee) : salary review, bonus scheme, LTI, salary pricings, contracts
3. Global Compensation Framework implementation in 25 countries (salary scales, market competitiveness analyze, action plan)
4. Worldwide Benefits project: overview of benefits offered in all countries, local market competitiveness, CSR with Group minimum level of benefits, pooling strategy, benefits governance
5. Update and deployment of a new International Mobility policy and management of expatriates
6. Implementation of a Group HR monthly reporting (headcounts, absenteeism, staff turnover…) and follow-up of HR performance KPI
7. Group HRIS roadmap (SAP database, Job Partner modules: salary review, people review, performance process, recruitment process)
8. Project BEL Place to Work (fitness, new HQ, work@home…)

Skills: Compensation and Benefits, HR Performance KPI, HRIS and related processes, International Mobility, HR Shared Services, Strong direct management experience, Self-motivated with positive attitude and confident in making independent decisions, Strong communication skills and a proven track record in interacting with all levels of management.

Compensation and benefits manager

JOHNSON & JOHNSON

Outline of responsibilities and main achievements:
1. Implementation of a new Comp&Ben strategy (Salary survey, job pricing, market competitiveness, salary scale, job description)
2. Lead of the year-end process (salary review, performance review, bonus, rating)
3. Implementation of a new STI plan and a new LTI plan
4. Execs Compensation
5. Active participation to Unions negotiations – 5 collective bargaining agreements signed
6. Implementation and follow-up of benefits (Profit Sharing, Savings Plan, Pension Plan DB and DC)
7. Healthcare plan and Death/disability plan harmonization
8. Marketing HR: communication, HR days…
9. Expatriates management

Skills: Compensation and Benefits, Unions relation management, Flexibility and able to handle various tasks simultaneously and to work under pressure, Good planner, analytical, process driven

Compensation & benefits specialist

SAFRAN

Outline of responsibilities and main achievements:
1. Active participation to Unions negotiations to harmonize HR policies (compensation issues, medical insurances, profit sharing...) after the merger between SAGEM (15.000 employees) and SNECMA (45.000 employees)
2. Lead of Compensation and International Mobility processes

Skills: Compensation and Benefits, Unions relation management, project management, Numeric agility

Comp&ben specialist

NESTLE WATERS

Internship (HR reporting, benefits project - Pension Plan (PERCO) study, car policy project)

Hr specialist

CARGLASS

Internship (payroll and HR admin activities, recruitment...)

Insurance adviser

MACIF

Insurance adviser (vehicle insurance, home insurance, pension plan, savings plan, healthcare, death and disability plan…)

Formations complémentaires

2ND CYCLE RH

IGS

2003 à 2003

DEUG PSYCHO

UNIVERSITÉ REIMS

2002 à 2002

Executive MBA

HEC Paris - Major Entrepreneurship and Innovation

2014 à 2015



Master 2

Université Panthéon Assas (Paris II) - HR

2004 à 2005



Master 1

IGS - Human Resources

2002 à 2004

2CP24

Associations

CIFFOP Alumni

Membre

ORAS

Membre

CERCLE MAGELLAN

Membre

HR Voices

Membre

Mouvement Génération RH

Membre

HEC Alumni

Membre

Parcours officiels

CIFFOP – Master 2 – 2005 – Master GRH et Relations du Travail

Langues

Anglais - Courant

Français - Langue maternelle

Compétences

Compensation
Benefits
Relations Sociales
DRH International
Talent Management

Centres d'intérêt

  • Tennis
  • wine
  • travelling
  • cinema