Bertrand Dussert serves as HR transformation and technology advisor to Oracle’s executive clients, primarily at large global companies with complex HR service delivery needs.
In his most recent role prior to joining Oracle, Bertrand served in a dual capacity as the Vice President and global leader for both HR Shared Services and Recruitment Operations at American Express. As part of this remit, Bertrand served as the global HR lead for contingent labor programs, and also had accountability for Strategic Workforce Planning. Bertrand is a recipient of the American Express Chairman’s Award for Innovation for 2012, and a recognized expert in the contingent labor and recruitment outsourcing industries.
Prior to American Express, Bertrand was Executive Director in UBS Investment Bank’s HR function, led a 125 person strong global team in the HR software industry, and served as a partner in an HR consulting firm that is now part of Korn/Ferry International. Earlier in his career, Bertrand served as a Director of Operations for Spherion Corp, now part of Randstad.
Bertrand holds an MA and BA from the University of Western Ontario in Canada.
When not at work or enjoying time with his family, Bertrand is an avid cyclist, Ironman Triathlete and all around endurance sports fan.
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