ManpowerGroup

NYSE: MAN
$72.67
+$0.77 (+1.1%)
Closing Price on July 24, 2024

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MAN Company Data

Asset Type Stock
Exchange NYSE
Currency USD
Country USA
Sector TRADE & SERVICES
Industry SERVICES-HELP SUPPLY SERVICES
Address 100 MANPOWER PLACE, MILWAUKEE, WI, US
Fiscal Year End December
Latest Quarter 12/31/2023
Market Cap 3,536.51M USD
Shares Outstanding 48,240,500
ManpowerGroup is a global leader in workforce solutions, offering a wide range of services to help businesses manage their human resources effectively. With a history dating back to 1948 and headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, ManpowerGroup operates under well-known brands like Manpower and Experis. The company specializes in recruitment for both permanent and temporary positions across professional, administrative, and industrial sectors. Beyond staffing, ManpowerGroup provides assessment, training, career management, and outsourcing services, focusing on large-scale recruiting and workforce-intensive projects. They also offer consulting and project-based services, making them a comprehensive resource for talent management and workforce optimization.

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