Caroline Piat

Caroline Piat

Senior Principal


Since establishing Korn Ferry in Mauritius 4 years ago, Ms. Piat has worked in close partnership with a wide variety of Mauritian clients; including, Air Mauritius, Cim Group, Swan Group, Phoenix Beverages Group, Espitalier Noel Group, Afrasia Bank, Bank of Mauritius, Ireland Blyth, Princes Tuna (Mauritius), Lafarge Cement, CIEL Group, Banque des Mascareignes, Barclays Bank, Nestle, Shell (Mauritius) and TNT Business Solutions. 

Ms. Piat also runs the annual Korn Ferry Remuneration Surveys in Mauritius which in 2010 covered a Banking Sector Survey, an Executive Level Survey and a general cross-industry sector survey covering a total of over 100 organisations from a broad selection of industry sectors.

Ms. Piat has over 15 years of consultancy experience across the African region cutting across all major industries: representing both private and Parastatal Institutions. These assignments have invariably involved working with both union representatives and the top management to ensure the smooth implementation and gaining the buy-in of all key stakeholders. 

Ms. Piat’s main areas of expertise lie in Reward Management and Job Evaluation.

Ms. Piat has a proven track record in managing complex assignments for various clients both in Mauritius and within the African region.

Before joining Korn Ferry, as the Head of the Reward Management Service Line at Core Services Ltd – a member of the DCDM Firm - Ms. Piat’s work included: continuously developing the service line to reflect changes in remuneration trends, promoting the enhancement of skills and knowledge in reward management techniques both for clients and internally for team members and ensuring that remuneration consultancy services provided to clients met international best practice standards. 

Ms. Piat has a BSc (Hons) in Economics from Exeter University, UK and holds a number of specialist qualifications in Organisational Design, Behavioural Assessment, Job Evaluation, Training Facilitation and Reward Management.