Exploring the Future of Work

In contact with more than 400,000 companies and millions of candidates in 80 countries, we identify major trends in the world of work and analyze their consequences. In our Knowledge Center, we share our expertise to help our clients and candidates meet the new challenges of the Human Age. ManpowerGroup’s research and analysis are relevant sources for policy makers, opinion leaders, economists, journalists, academia and think tanks. All over the world, they use our data. These studies cover a wide variety of fields and represent unique sources of information for anticipating the future.
25 March 2021

Belgian employers regain confidence and anticipate moderately optimistic hiring plans for the next quarter

  According to the ManpowerGroup Employment Survey released today, the labor market situation is expected to continue to improve in Q2 2021. In Belgium, 13% of […]
9 March 2021

Belgian employers regain confidence and anticipate moderately optimistic hiring plans for the next quarter

  According to the ManpowerGroup Employment Survey released today, the labor market situation is expected to continue to improve in Q2 2021. In Belgium, 13% of […]
14 February 2021

Manpower rewarded for its commitment to diversity and inclusion at the diversity label awards for Brussels-Capital region.

Manpower says no to discrimination. Manpower says yes to diversity. Manpower, along with 24 other companies, was awarded the diversity label for the Brussels Region by […]
18 January 2021

A new brand architecture for ManpowerGroup: Manpower, Experis, Talent Solutions and Jefferson Wells

To support all HR and digital transformations and meet the challenges of flexibility, recruitment, development, professional mobility and outsourcing, ManpowerGroup is simplifying its organization and is […]
7 December 2020

Belgian employers anticipate a gradual upturn in hiring in the 1st quarter of 2021

Only 27% of employers surveyed by ManpowerGroup expect a return to pre-pandemic hiring within 12 months, compared with 58% surveyed in the previous quarter and 72% […]
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