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ManpowerGroup releases corporate sustainability report

The report outlines the company's economic, social and environmental impact and reinforces its commitment to ethical and responsible business practices, connecting people to meaningful work and helping clients meet their talent needs.

"ManpowerGroup is driven by a dual purpose: helping companies succeed in a fast-changing, uncertain economy, and connecting millions of people to meaningful employment opportunities every year," said Jonas Prising, ManpowerGroup Chief Executive Officer. "Finding great jobs for the best talent develops win-win sustainable relationships. Many of our people go the extra mile by volunteering nearly 60,000 hours globally as coaches and mentors. Every day, we see the difference the dignity of work makes to people, families and whole communities."

ManpowerGroup's employability programs offer education and experiences that help people prepare for work, start and restart careers, and by offering upskilling and reskilling services, help people stay relevant throughout their working lives. ManpowerGroup runs employability programs across 80 countries, and each year finds work for 3.4 million people around the world.

One-third of the people placed in jobs are between the ages of 18 and 25, and more than half of ManpowerGroup's employees are women. By tapping underrepresented talent pools, ManpowerGroup helps create diverse and sustainable talent pipelines.

"Our commitment to helping people find and stay in work and our fair and transparent practices continue to set high standards around the world," said Prising. "We are proud to be recognized as one of the World's Most Admired Companies by Fortune Magazine, to be included on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index and the FTSE4Good Index, and to be named one of the World's Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere for the fifth consecutive year."

ManpowerGroup's complete 2014 Corporate Sustainability Report is available for download here. 

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