An international survey on Generation Y
Wanting to know more about the generation that is arriving in business and questioning the existing model, Mazars has conducted a survey via the internet and social networks, on the aspirations of Generation Y and their relationship with gender equality and business. More than 1000 people from 64 different countries responded to the questionnaire from July to August 2012. This survey was conducted jointly with WoMen’Up, an association that works on the triptych: Generation Y, gender equality and networking on behalf of large companies.
Debates organised by Mazars
The results of the study will be presented during the debate organised by Mazars “The Y Revolution”, and will be analysed by 3 international CEOs.
Friday, 12 October, 11:30-12:15 Agora
The Y revolution? A new look at gender equality and companies
- Philippe Castagnac, CEO, Mazars
- Julie Laulusa, CEO, Mazars in China
- Ann Walker Marchant, CEO, The Walker Marchant Group
- Emmanuelle Duez and Adeline Braescu-Kerlan, co-founders of the WoMen’Up association, will host the debate
Mazars will give a voice to Yers during two debates on its corner:
Wednesday, 10 October, 16:15-17:00 Corner
Y'up your company
- Adeline Braescu-Kerlan, General Secretary and co-founder, WoMen’Up
- Emmanuelle Duez, President and co-founder, WoMen’Up
Thursday, 11 October, 16:00-16:45 Corner
HR: ready for Yer expectations?
Generation Y voices: a new approach of professional life
- Ninon Galice, Yer, Paris representative, EthiCum association
- Caroline Haquet, Head of Partner Development, HR Group, Mazars
- Charles Thou, Yer, President, Studyka
Surrounding the theme of the 2012 edition, “Wanted: 360° growth”, Mazars has chosen to promote a more responsible company. Emmanuelle Rigaudias, Mazars partner in charge of CSR and Sustainable Development, will host two debates on Human Rights in Mazars’ corner.
Thursday, 11 October, 14:00-14:45 Corner
Implementing Human Rights: a new challenge for growth in Economy and Society
Friday, 12 October, 14:30-15:15 Corner
From human rights to women rights
CEO Champions Club and Chinese delegation
For the 3rd year running, Philippe Castagnac has been a member of the CEO Champions Club, global CEO-only group designed to drive progress for gender equality within the private sector, which will meet on October 11th at Deauville. On this occasion, the CEOs will present the actions that they have carried out over the course of the year and they will make commitments for the coming year.
Julie Laulusa, CEO of Mazars in China, is a member of the Chinese delegation forum and will speak
during the round table ‘Is China a model for women’s empowerment?’ with author Xinran and Grace
Han, Executive Director of Healthcare and Seniors at Sodexo China.
Wednesday, 10 October, 16:15-17:00 Premium Amphitheatre