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Analysis before buying or selling Manpower shares

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If you are interested in the Manpower share and would like to invest in its price or add it to your stock portfolio, we recommend that you read our article in which you will find detailed information to help you carry out an analysis. We will, of course, introduce you to Manpower and its main activities and sources of revenue, but also to its main competitors on the market and its recent partnerships. Finally, we will offer you our help to make a good fundamental analysis of this stock.

Elements to consider before selling or buying Manpower shares

Analysis N°1

The level of global economic growth, and in particular the economic growth of the countries in which Manpower has the largest presence, will be an important indicator of its development.

Analysis N°2

Similarly, governmental and regulatory changes in relation to temporary work rules will need to be closely monitored.

Analysis N°3

Manpower's partnerships with other companies also enable it to increase its activities and turnover. The announcements of these various strategic alliances should therefore be followed closely.

Analysis N°4

Of course, the competition that Manpower faces is also an element to be closely monitored. It will be important to take into account the evolution of the distribution of market shares between the various players, but also important publications and events concerning them.

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General presentation of Manpower

Before you buy or sell Manpower shares, we would like to tell you a little more about the company, its activities and its main sources of profit. It is essential to understand the business that drives this company in order to determine how it can boost its growth in the years to come.

The Manpower Group is an American company specialising in the provision of workforce solutions and services. Manpower is therefore a specialist in temporary work and is present in various parts of the world, including :

  • The Americas, including the United States and other Americas.
  • Southern Europe, including France, Italy and other Southern European countries.
  • Northern Europe.
  • And finally the Asia-Pacific Middle East sector.

Manpower offers a comprehensive range of temporary work and workforce solutions and services, including recruitment and assessment, training and development, career management, outsourcing and workforce consulting.

It operates under various brands, including the Manpower brand, but also the Experis and Talent Solutions brands. Unlike some of its competitors, Manpower offers both temporary and permanent work. Indeed, through its subsidiary Experis, Manpower offers professional resourcing and project-based solutions.

Currently, the Manpower group employs 30,000 people worldwide.

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The major competitors of Manpower

If a good knowledge of Manpower is essential for analysing its share price, the same applies to knowledge of its competitors. We therefore propose that you now discover who Manpower's main rivals are in its market, in its sector of activity.

Adecco 

This Franco-Swiss company also specialises in temporary work and is ranked among the 500 largest companies in the world by Forbes magazine. It is also the largest human resources service company in France, Europe and the world.

Randstad 

This company is actually a group of Dutch companies specialising in temporary employment and human resources services. It is present in almost 40 countries around the world and every day more than 500,000 temporary workers are employed in companies through its network. Randstad currently has more than 4,500 recruitment agencies worldwide.

Crit

Crit is also a popular temporary employment company, but has also developed an airport handling business in parallel. The French group is listed on the Euronext Paris stock exchange.

Synergie

This other French group is also specialised in the temporary work sector, through temporary employment, recruitment, training and human resources consulting. The company is established in 17 countries around the world and has a network of more than 770 agencies. It currently employs 4600 people. Synergie is also listed on the Paris Stock Exchange and is part of the CAC Small 90 index.

Hays

Finally, this company is a British-based recruitment firm. It is also a company that has been listed on the London Stock Exchange since 1989 and is included in the FTSE 250 stock market index.


The major partners of Manpower

If a good knowledge of Manpower's competitors is essential to understanding its possible evolution on the stock market. The same is true for its partners and strategic allies. We therefore propose that you now discover two recent examples of partnerships set up by this group:

Multiposting

Manpower has recently joined forces with this specialist in multi-posting job and internship advertisements on the Internet by signing a partnership agreement aimed at developing joint solutions for innovative recruitment. The two companies can thus pool their know-how with the aim of providing solutions adapted to specific markets and human resources issues, particularly with regard to small and medium-sized enterprises and very small businesses.

BlaBlaLines

After having established an initial partnership with Blablacar with the aim of enhancing the range of services offered by its mobile application to its temporary workers, Manpower recently announced a new partnership with BlablaLines with the aim of facilitating the daily home-work travel of temporary workers. Among other things, this will enable Manpower to solve the problem faced by its temporary workers of working far from home due to the costs associated with their travel.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How to make a good technical analysis of the Manpower share?

To set up a good technical analysis of the Manpower share you must rely on the innovative and customisable stock charts of online brokers and dealers. These will allow you to display technical trend and volatility indicators such as the MACD, moving averages, Bollinger bands, technical support and resistance levels and pivot points directly on the charts in order to try to detect upward or downward signals for this asset.

Does Manpower pay a dividend to its shareholders?

Manpower has been paying its shareholders a dividend since 1994 and has done so continuously. The last known dividend was EUR 1.36 per share and was paid in 2022 for the company's 2021 financial year. The amount of this dividend has tended to increase from year to year and the last known yield was 2.98%.

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