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FDJ appoints Cavalié to directorial role

| By Robert Fletcher
French national lottery operator la Française des Jeux (FDJ) has appointed Dominique Cavalié as director of employee experience and transformation.

In his new role, Cavalié will be responsible for strengthening the FDJ employer brand and supporting the group’s international development.

Cavalié replaces Pierre-Marie Argouarc’h, who is stepping down after recently announcing his retirement.

An experienced executive, Cavalié spent his entire career in human resources and change management. He is currently the director of human resources for Eoliance Group.

Prior to this, he worked in senior roles at DRH Group, Saupiquet, Rhodia, La Martiniquaise and Eilor.

LGBT+ partnership 

The appointment comes after FDJ last week entered a partnership with LGBT+ group l’Autre Cercle. This, the group said, forms part of its commitment to diversity and inclusion.

FDJ said it would work with l’Autre Cercle to continue and strengthen its policy on diversity and equal opportunities. 

This strategy includes professional equality, disability, intergeneration, social diversity and origins, affective orientation and gender identity.

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