Manpower (MAN) SWOT Analysis

Manpower (MAN) SWOT Analysis


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Manpower (MAN) SWOT Analysis Profile

Manpower Inc. is an employment services company with a worldwide network of nearly 4,500 offices in 80 countries. This company provides a range of services for business and employees including recruitment (permanent, temporary, and word-for-hire), employee evaluations, training, staffing, placement, outsourcing, consulting, and professional services through five brands: Manpower, Manpower Professional, Elan, Jefferson Wells and Right Management, through 542 branch offices and 23 franchise offices across the globe. In 2007, Manpower Inc. filled over 5 million employee spots worldwide. In 2008, Manpower Inc. acquired Vitae, a recruiter and professional placement firm in the Netherlands, and negotiated a 26% stake in the Indian subsidiary Manpower Services India. (read full profile)

Additional Information

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SWOT Conclusion

Strengths + Opportunities = 7

Threats + Weaknesses = 2

… A good defense against threats lowers the risks that profits will decrease. Maintaining strengths can help maintain high profits and low costs.

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