Cartier store | Source: ShutterstockZURICH, Switzerland — Cartier maker Richemont’s human resources director is leaving its executive committee, the Swiss luxury goods group said on Friday, without giving a reason for the departure.
“Richemont announces that Sophie Guieysse is stepping down from the senior executive committee with immediate effect, and will not stand for re-election to the board of directors at the annual general meeting on 9 September 2020,” it said in a statement that gave no more details.
A source close to the company said Guieysse was still in her HR post but no longer on the senior committee.
Richemont — which also makes Piaget, IWC and Vacheron Constantin watches — had said a week ago it was reviewing its human resources function and could make a change.
The abrupt switch is another headache for Richemont, which has been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic and as employee anger over pay issues mounts.

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