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Manpower joins membership

Aug 14, 2019

Manpower has recently joined the Chamber as a Corporate member. ManpowerGroup is a world leader in innovative workforce solutions. Founded in 1948, ManpowerGroup has 2,700 offices in 80 countries and territories, that annually provide job opportunities for 3.4 million people worldwide. By using their global experience and knowledge of the local markets, the company cooperates with more than 400,000 clients around the world.

For the tenth consecutive year ManpowerGroup was named as a World's Most Ethical Company by the Ethisphere Institute, a global leader in defining ethical business practices. ManpowerGroup has also been named one of Fortune Magazine's World's Most Admired Companies for the 14th year in a row - one of just 40 companies to be named to both lists in 2017.

Manpower has operated in Latvia since 2006, and it is one of the biggest and fastest growing employment service providers on the Latvian market. They offer a wide range of HR services, providing workforce recruitment, assessment, HR administration, temporary workforce and staffing services.

On an annual basis, they provide jobs to more than 500 job seekers from various sectors. With the assistance of their experienced HR specialists, they find a job that suits the lifestyle and working style of each individual.

In the Chamber it will be represented by Ginta Grigorjeva, Business Manager.

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