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Christophe Sirugue joins Tilder

14 February 2018

Christophe Sirugue, former Secretary of State for Industry, Innovation and Digital Technology, has joined the Tilder Team as Partner & Deputy Managing Director.

He brings his experience in social relations and communication consulting to the leadership of Tilder’s clients. His main mission will be to develop Tilder’s offers in terms of advice on social dialogue, the cultural transformation of companies and organisations, crisis management and the implementation of the new social provisions in the Labour Code.

He has many years of experience in the field of labour law and social dialogue acquired during his various executive and parliamentary mandates at both local and national level. This experience reinforces Tilder’s ability to provide high-level advice to the leaders of major French and international groups on issues of societal transformations and the relationship with work.

Matthias Leridon, Partner and Chairman of Tilder, said, “after the consolidation of Tilder’s digital teams in 2017, Christophe Sirugue’s arrival creates new possibilities for strengthening and broadening the scope of the advisory services we offer to leaders in relation to rapid social transformation. This allows the firm’s partnership to consolidate its position as the trailblazer in all fields of leadership communication consulting.”

With more than 20 years as a local elected politician under his belt, Christophe Sirugue spent 10 years as a French député. He became an influential member of the Social Affairs Committee, and then vice-president of the National Assembly. An expert in labour law and social dialogue, he is the author of several reports on support for people with low incomes, minimum welfare benefits, hardship at work, and lobbying. Chosen by his peers for his skills in both listening and dialogue, he was rapporteur for the Rebsamen and El Khomri laws on social dialogue, work and employment before joining the governments of Manuel Valls and Bernard Cazeneuve.

 

 

 

 

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