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The New Age of Tech Talent: Experis releases new report showing 'soft skills are the new power skills'
Research demonstrates employers need to be more creative and innovative in their talent strategy approach
From Surviving a Global Pandemic to Thriving at Work: ManpowerGroup research explores what flexibility means for workers; partners with thrive to identify ways employers can support employee well-being
45% of workers want to choose their own work start and end times Almost one fifth of workers (18%) would work a four-day work week for less pay A culture of trust is important; 71% of workers need trust in leadership to thrive Well-being now an essential strategy for hiring and business success
Employers in the U.S. report a Net Employment Outlook of 38% for July through September. IT employers continue to anticipate the most optimistic hiring pace (59%), followed by Banking/Finance/Insurance & Real Estate (45%) Promising Outlooks are reported for job seekers across all four U.S. regions, most notably in the West with an Outlook of 42%, up 15% from this time last year.
TALENT SHORTAGES REACH HIGHEST LEVELS IN 16 YEARS
MANPOWERGROUP USHERS IN VIVA TECHNOLOGY WITH #WORKINGTOCHANGETHEWORLD LAB THAT PROBES THE FUTURE OF WORK AND THE WORLD'S SUSTAINABLE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
NEWGEN HR PLATFORMS LEVERAGING ETHICAL AI, IT TALENT MANAGEMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY TOOLS HELP LEADERS BETTER SOURCE, RESKILL AND INSPIRE MORE SOCIAL IMPACT OUTCOMES
The Board of Directors of ManpowerGroup (NYSE: MAN) has declared a semi-annual dividend of $1.36 per share, a 7.9 percent increase from the most recent semi-annual dividend of $1.26 per share.
Good revenue growth and record levels of permanent recruitment activity, resulting in 4% revenue increase (10% constant currency (CC)) and gross profit margin of 17.4% Strong performance of higher margin brands during the quarter with Experis recording 31% revenue growth (15% organic CC) and Talent Solutions 10% revenue growth (13% CC). Manpower delivered solid growth (-2% as reported; +5% organic CC) Improved profitability with expanded EBITA and operating profit margins during the quarter Significant growth in earnings per share year over year Company repurchased $60 million of common stock during the quarter; reduced incremental acquisition debt from $75 million to $50 million
ManpowerGroup (NYSE: MAN), the world leader in innovative workforce solutions, today announced that it plans to release 1st quarter earnings results before the market opens on Tuesday, April 19, 2022.
GLOBAL HIRING MAINTAINS MOMENTUM FOR Q2: EMPLOYERS IN TECH, FINANCE AND MANUFACTURING REPORT MOST OPTIMISTIC PLANS
Positive employment outlooks reported by employers in 39 of 40 countries - with 36 reporting stronger hiring prospects year-over-year Strongest hiring plans reported by employers in Brazil, India and Sweden Tech skills remain most in-demand as digitization accelerates and employers continue to compete for talent ManpowerGroup calls for fast action from business and governments to support humanitarian efforts so refugees can access meaningful work opportunities
Recognition honors ManpowerGroup as one of the companies demonstrating exceptional leadership and a commitment to business integrity through best-in-class ethics, compliance, and governance
ManpowerGroup Announced as VivaTech Gold HR Partner for Sixth Year at World-Leading Innovation and Tech Event
- ManpowerGroup launches VivaTech HR challenges to source start-up solutions to design the future of HR and drive positive climate action and social impact - Competition now open to find 30 emerging tech champions to join ManpowerGroup's "Working to Change the World" lab at VivaTech, June 2022
- 6% revenue increase (9% constant currency (CC)) and gross profit margin of 17.2% in the quarter reflecting good growth in higher-margin offerings and record levels of permanent recruitment activity - All brands recorded revenue growth during the quarter with Experis recording strong 33% revenue growth (14% organic CC), Talent Solutions 10% revenue growth (11% CC) and Manpower 1% revenue growth (4% CC) - Expanded EBITA and operating profit margins during the quarter, reflecting continued progress as business mix improves, operating leverage strengthens and the ettain acquisition - Company repurchased $60 million of common stock during the quarter; paid down $75 million of the $150 million incremental borrowing used for ettain acquisition - Adjusted our geographic portfolio further in January 2022 through the sale of our Russia business which will operate as a franchise going forward
Mark Cahill is aangesteld als de nieuwe algemeen directeur van ManpowerGroup Nederland. Hij volgt daarmee Jeroen Zwinkels op, die deze rol sinds 2019 heeft vervuld.
ManpowerGroup (NYSE: MAN), the world leader in innovative workforce solutions, today announced that it plans to release 4th quarter earnings results before the market opens on Tuesday, February 1, 2022
THE GREAT HIRING BOUNCEBACK CONTINUES: EMPLOYERS GLOBALLY REPORT OPTIMISTIC EMPLOYMENT OUTLOOKS FOR Q1 2022
- All countries and territories report a positive employment outlook for the first time since the pandemic began - The strongest hiring prospects are reported in Peru, India and The Netherlands. The weakest - though still positive - are reported by employers in Japan, Taiwan and Singapore* - Employers are recognizing the need for better work-life blend, offering more flexibility in roles from Customer Service to Finance and Manufacturing