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Press Release | 23 September 2020


The Adecco Group announces Preeti Bajaj as new CEO for Australia and New Zealand.


The Adecco Group is delighted to announce the appointment of Preeti Bajaj as its new CEO for Australia and New Zealand, effective 23 September 2020. Preeti will also take over as Managing Director of Modis Australia.

Preeti joins us from Clipsal Solar where she was the CEO and, prior to that, VP Strategy & Commercial Operations [Transformation] at Schneider Electric. Preeti is an energetic leader and business transformer with more than 15 years’ experience in the Australian and Asian business environments, developing and executing strategies to set the pace for sustainable growth.

Preeti has a bachelor’s degree of Economics and Political Science from Delhi University, an MBA in Finance from Swinbourne University of Technology, and a Master of Applied Finance from Macquarie University. Outside of work she enjoys running, reading and continuous learning.

Rafael Moyano, who has been a leader at The Adecco Group globally for 14 years – the past three as CEO in Australia – has decided to pursue opportunities outside the Adecco Group and will step down from his role at the end of September. The business thanks him for his leadership for the past three years and wishes him all the best.

Announcing Preeti’s appointment, The Adecco Group Regional Head of APAC Ian Lee said: “Preeti is a highly impressive talent known for her wealth of knowledge and expertise in solutions and technology. We welcome Preeti into The Adecco Group family.”

Reflecting on her appointment, Preeti said: “I am excited to be joining The Adecco Group at a time when the future of work is so prominent and the acceleration of digitisation and technology is at the forefront of decision making for workplaces worldwide. I am looking forward to working with the team to continue building on the momentum that has begun and will continue to lead the business onto even greater things.”

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