Stakeholder Capitalism

ManpowerGroup: Setting common standards for reporting on sustainability performance

Jonas Prising
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ManpowerGroup
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How can companies apply universal stakeholder metrics to drive positive change?

Jonas Prising, CEO and Chairman at ManpowerGroup, values the public-private collaboration driven by the World Economic Forum to shape a diverse and inclusive future of work.

He explains how the Forum’s Measuring Stakeholder Capitalism initiative is accelerating environmental, social and governance (ESG) progress. It helps companies like ManpowerGroup implement shared and transparent metrics to report on their performance across four themes: principles of governance, planet, people and prosperity.

This content is part of a video series featuring Partner insights on the impact of their collaboration with the World Economic Forum.

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