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CEO, Vénétis

After working for 6 years in human resource management in a business environment, Franck took part in creating the VENETIS employer group in 1997 which he has been managing ever since.

Vénétis, France’s 1st multisectoral employer group, has created more than 1,000 long-term work sharing jobs in the past 20 years. More than 300 companies share human resources in order to expand over 6 territories (or employment areas). This flexi-security model has proven its worth and suggests innovations to support employment and business. Vénétis has become a reference in the Business to Business sharing economy.

Books and reports

  • Director of the national report of the CJD – Centre des jeunes dirigeants d’entreprise – in 2003 : “Les groupements d’employeurs, une innovation pour créer des emplois et développer des entreprises” (Employer groups, an innovation to create jobs and build businesses)»
  • Co-author with Lionel Buannic of “Groupements d’employeurs – mode d’emploi” (Eyrolles – collection Ressources Humaines – January 2007)
  • Co-author with Hervé Sérieyx of “La métamorphose bretonne, un vent d’espoir venu de l’ouest” (éditions La Mer salée – October 2014)
  • Ongoing: INTEFP report: “Construire de nouveaux espaces de coopération pour améliorer l’emploi, la formation professionnelle et le développement économique” (Creating new areas of cooperation to improve employment, vocational training and economic development)


  • Co-creator of the “Printemps de l’entreprise” (2005)
  • Co-founder of the Centre de ressources des groupements d’employeurs (CRGE) de Bretagne (2006) and the Syndicat national des groupements d’employeurs (SNGE) (2014)
  • Director of the film “Ressources Humanus” on work sharing HR
  • Co-creator of the HR Master’s degree with work sharing option (bac+5), alternating with the Université de Bretagne-sud

Roles and undertakings

  • President, sections CJD Vannes (2003-2005) and CJD Bretagne (2006-2008)
  • Presentations (courses) on work sharing at several universities