The Remuneration Committee
The Remuneration Committee reviews all the legal and financial aspects of Paris 2024’s policy on wages, and approves it. It meets every three months.
Paris 2024’s pay scale is established by the Remuneration Committee based on independent analyses of the employment market and a benchmark with other organisations working on large-scale sports events. Based on information supplied by Paris 2024 on a regular basis, it is tasked with making recommendations regarding remuneration for Paris 2024 executives and employees, and all the associated benefits they may receive.
The Remuneration Committee’s members
The Remuneration Committee encompasses external experts and correspondents appointed by various stakeholders in Paris 2024’s ecosystem. They share their knowledge of best practices relating to human resources, and their recommendations, with us every quarter.
Member appointed by the CNOSF
- Jean-Paul Bailly (Chair of the Remuneration Committee), former Chairman and CEO of RATP and Honorary Chairman of Groupe La Poste.
Member appointed by central government
- Philippe Kearney, General Economic and Financial Controller, Ministry of Finance.
Members appointed by Paris City Council
- Ivoa Alavoine, Delegate-General, Olympic and Paralympic Games and large-scale events.
- (Alternate) Guillaume Tinlot, Deputy Director, Steering, Human Resources Department.
Member appointed by the French Parliament
- Claudia Rouaux, MP, Ille-et-Vilaine.
Member appointed by the French Senate
- Michel Laugier, Senator, Yvelines.
Members proposed by Paris 2024’s President and approved by the Board of Directors
- Abdelouahid Ben Taleb, Senior Director Total Rewards, Global Mobility & People Analytics, Booking.com.
- Sophie Guieysse, Director of Human Resources, Richemont International.
- Bruno Guillemet, Senior Vice-President, Human Resources, Valeo.
- Philippe Lamblin, Director of Employment, Hauts-de-France regional council.
- Evelyne Sevin, Associate, Egon Zehnder.
General economic and financial supervision