Sandhya Sabapathy (Adecco Group) joins BR’s Working Romania

Newsroom 04/11/2019 | 16:29

Sandhya Sabapathy, Regional Brand and Innovation Manager – Eastern Europe, Middle East & North Africa at Adecco Group, will join Business Review’s Working Romania conference, taking place on November 12, 2019 at Courtyard by Marriott Bucharest Floreasca. 

Sandhya Sabapathy is the youngest regional manager at Adecco group. She has been with the company for three years and was selected via the CEOfor1month leadership program. She specializes in innovation and entrepreneurship, is working on her PhD at HEC Paris part-time and has a degree from Canada’s #1 university, McGill. She is very passionate about Employment and Education and is a former WEF global shaper. She used to be an international swimmer and has a strong passion for charity work which is what she spends most of her free time being involved in.

At the conference, Sandhya will provide exclusive insights from the Adecco Inovantage Autumn 2019 Study, on the following themes:

Chapter 1: Framework for Sustainable Growth

Why is it important to have a sustainability framework? What are the 17 2030 UN SDGs and their impact on emerging Europe & the middle east? We will also discuss the importance of business growth by aligning strategy with SDGs and the massive market a sustainable world creates.

Chapter 2: Sustainable Workspaces

We discuss how sustainable office design improves employee productivity & put forth a business case for sustainable workspace design. What can HR and People teams do to drive sustainability?

Chapter 3: Jobs of the Future – Environment & Sustainability

What are the 10 of the Fastest Growing Green Jobs? We explore examples of sustainability careers that merit consideration and the top Green Jobs Of The Future.

Business Review’s Working Romania continues the conversation on the new trends that challenge the leading local human resources industry.

We uncover ways of navigating the changes affecting the way people work and best recruitment practices in order to attract and retain top talent.

Companies seeking highly qualified employees are developing sophisticated strategies that help them meet the needs and expectations of young employees – customizing office space, offering unique benefits, high salaries and flexible schedules or integrating new technologies that can improve employee experience.

In a daring attempt to cover the Romanian recruiting phenomenon, from the basics – work skills and ethics that are or should be nurtured in school – to the digital processes that empower recruiters to perfectly match talents with employer brands as well as data and marketing strategies to understand future employees, Business Review is proud to welcome guest speakers who will share opinions, trends, as well as behind-the-scene insights.

Giant tech companies, state-of-the-art co-working spaces or start-ups working their way up on the construction career ladder, they all find it highly challenging to find smart, innovative and educated employees. #WorkingRomania brings together the highly-skilled and successful HR professionals who find the best jobs for the talented, but scarce and picky labor force.

Join us and major stakeholders in the HR sector, including state officials and representatives of major companies, on November 12, at Courtyard by Marriott Bucharest Floreasca. Request your invitation at!

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