Objectif Formation Emploi (OFE), a specialist in professional repositioning support, particularly in the context of company reorganizations, is joining Diot-Siaci to broaden the group's expertise in Social Transformation within the HR Consulting Division. Founded by Kathy BZIOUI, OFE has been providing companies with high value-added consulting services in coaching, training, employment policy, outplacement, and professional mobility support for over fifteen years.
By integrating OFE's teams into its Social Transformation unit, headed by Nicolas GHETTI, Diot-Siaci is pursuing the development of its Consulting unit and its growth momentum.
With this acquisition, Diot-Siaci continues to strengthen its position to provide ever broader and more comprehensive support to Human Resources Divisions. Diot-Siaci is a long-standing leader in the field of Health, Life & Disability, Retirement, and Company Savings schemes. Today, the Diot-Siaci teams cover all subjects related to corporate social performance and employers’ offerings: employee benefits and total rewards policies in France and internationally, skills management, Quality of Working Life, transformation support, preparing for retirement and, lastly, HR Communication, an activity in which Diot-Siaci is also among the leaders in France.
"Since our initial collaboration in 2020, our shared business approaches and convictions have created an obvious synergy that will allow our team, backed by the Diot-Siaci group, to provide expert advice to large companies," said Kathy BZIOUI, founder of OFE.
This is the 4th integration into the HR consulting business at Diot-Siaci in 5 years: "Diot-Siaci's entrepreneurial culture has been a driving force behind these successful integrations. This allows us to combine different perspectives: culture, skills, reorganization, social strategy, rewards policy, and communication. These subjects are often viewed in silos, and we are convinced that our ability to mobilize global teams is a differentiating factor," said Chrystelle Thirion, Director of the HR Consulting unit.
With this acquisition, the Employee Benefits and Consulting businesses are now represented in 14 cities in France.
"We are developing our offerings and services in response to the challenges faced by companies through a sustained growth strategy, particularly in the Consulting field. For more than 5 years, these integrations - AC Conseil, France Ingénierie Emploi, and Adding, to list the most recent ones - have made it possible for us to provide a multidimensional response to the major HR challenges faced by our client companies across the country, and to fine-tune this response in view of the current context", said Thierry VACHIER, Managing Director in charge of the Employee Benefits and Consulting business at Diot-Siaci.About Diot-Siaci
Diot-Siaci is a leading multi-specialist insurance and reinsurance brokerage and consulting group in France and Europe, with a presence in Asia, the Middle East and Africa. Diot-Siaci designs and develops innovative solutions tailored to the needs of its clients, including large and mid-cap companies, SMEs/SMIs, and professionals, in both personal insurance and property and liability insurance. Diot-Siaci has a stable, family-owned shareholding base which means it can support its clients in their transformation by meeting their needs across the entire value chain in Property & Casualty, Marine & Cargo, Professional Liability, Employee Benefits and Consulting, and International Mobility. With almost 5,000 employees and an extensive international network, the Group operates worldwide and generated revenue of almost €730 million in 2021.About OBJECTIF FORMATION EMPLOI (OFE)
Formed in 2005 by Kathy BZIOUI, a specialist in employment policy and professional mobility, with expert consultants advising on training, professional repositioning, and business creation and acquisition, Objectif Formation Emploi (OFE) supports companies of all sizes in their social, restructuring and transformation strategies.
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