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At the beginning of September 2015, Philippe Dorge, Executive Vice President, Human Resources of PSA Peugeot Citroën, will join Groupe La Poste as Executive Vice President in charge of the services, mail and parcel division.
Xavier Chéreau, in charge of Human Resources Development and Top Management since 2013, will replace him as Executive Vice President, Human Resources of PSA Peugeot Citroën and become a member of the Executive Committee.
Xavier Chéreau joined PSA Peugeot Citroën in 1994, after completing his post-graduate studies in Human Resources at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Paris. He has held a variety of operational positions covering the full range of human resources activities, including employment, HR development and employee relations, and was notably in charge of human resources and employee relations at the Poissy and Trémery plants.
Between 2003 and 2006, Xavier Chéreau was responsible for Corporate Social Responsibility and directed the Group's policies on diversity and gender equality as well as its Global Framework Agreement on Social Responsibility.
During this time, he developed the Institut Supérieur du Management (ISM), a training programme for future Group executives.
In 2009, he was appointed Vice President, Human Resources for the Group's manufacturing and R&D division, with responsibility for the operational management of prototypes, nomenclature and engineering testing resources.
Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the Managing Board, said: "I would like to thank Philippe Dorge personally, and on behalf of the Executive Committee, for his outstanding professionalism and his contribution to both the development of the Group's Human Resources division and the company’s financial reconstruction, particularly with the New Social Contract signed in 2013, which gave an added dimension to employee dialogue at PSA Peugeot Citroën. Working closely with him for 18 months, I was able to see just how essential a role he played, as head of Human Resources, in effectively addressing the business challenges associated with the Back in the Race plan."