Adecco, a brand of The Adecco Group that captures the value of human capital, will select the new personnel. 

Cortina d’Ampezzo, 11th February 2020 – The Adecco Group is the world’s leading provider of HR solutions and will be HR Partner of Fondazione Cortina 2021, the Organising Committee of the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Finals (18-22 March 2020) and the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships (7-21 February 2021).

The World Cup Finals scheduled for March 2020 are the first big alpine skiing event on the road to the World Ski Championships in 2021. The World Championships will take place over 14 days and will draw many ski champions from 70 nations to the Dolomites. The athlete will battle it out for the 13 world titles at stake: Downhill, Super-G, Giant Slalom, Slalom, Alpine combined, Alpine Team Event and, for the first time, the individual Parallel Event.

As HR Partner of the events, The Adecco Group, through its Adecco brand, will recruit 120 people for 2020 and about 300 for 2021 that will carry out many activities, ranging from technical assistance to logistics, hospitality and marketing. Working for the big events organised by Fondazione Cortina 2021 is an important opportunity to grow professionally and gain new experiences.

“We at the Adecco Group are fully aware that nowadays, in order to organise a great event, you need to adopt a comprehensive approach that focuses on the future, the local communities and sustainability through shared values like engagement and innovation,” said Andrea Malacrida, CEO of The Adecco Group Italia. “Besides the values of sport, we also share the same responsibilities with Cortina 2021: help people look to the future by working on innovation, respect and promotion of the local area and diversity”.

 “We obviously needed an important HR Partner in order to organise a major event like the World Ski Championships, that is why we have chosen The Adecco Group, a leading HR solutions company,” added Valerio Giacobbi, CEO of Fondazione Cortina 2021. “We are certain that Adecco will work with us to achieve an important goalput together a team of competent and passionate people who will help make the event a success”.

The Adecco Group has always upheld the values of sport, which is seen as a vehicle for unity and commitment. This is the reason why the Group has helped organise many important sporting events in Italy and around the world, such as the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Turin, the 2012 Summer Olympics in London and the 2000 UEFA European Football Championships co-hosted by Belgium and the Netherlands. In addition to the major sports events, however, Adecco has also sponsored prestigious football teams such as Milan, Inter, Roma, Udinese and Hellas Verona and has cooperated with CONI on the Athlete Career Programme. It was also the main sponsor of Olimpia Milano basketball team between the end of the 1990s and the early 2000s. Promoting the values of sports in the business world is an added value for the companies themselves. 

About the Adecco Group

The Adecco Group is the world’s leading provider of HR solutions, transforming the world of work through talent and technology. Each year, the Adecco Group provides over 1 million people around the world with career opportunities, guidance and insights. Through its global brands Adecco, Modis, Badenoch & Clark, Spring Professional, Lee Hecht Harrison, Pontoon and Adia, the Adecco Group offers total workforce solutions including temporary staffing, permanent placement, career transition, talent development, and outsourcing. The Adecco Group partners with employers, candidates, colleagues and governments, sharing its labour market expertise and insights to empower people, fuel economies, and enrich societies. The Adecco Group is a Fortune Global 500 company, based in Zurich, Switzerland, with more than 33,000 FTE employees in 60 countries and territories around the world. Adecco Group AG is registered in Switzerland (ISIN: CH0012138605) and listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange (ADEN).

 

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