MBA (equivalent), Stockholm School of Economics. 1999: joined ManpowerGroup: former Managing Director, Italy; Director, Global Accounts, Europe, Middle East, Africa; President, North America; President, Americas; 2012-14, President, overseeing $12 billion business in North, Central and South America and Southern Europe. May 2014, appointed Chief Executive Officer, leading all business in 80 countries and territories; December 2015, elected Chairman of the Board. Former Chairman of Board and current Member of the Board, Junior Achievement USA. Vice-Chair, Junior Achievement, Worldwide. Steward, World Economic Forum Future of Education, Gender and Work Global System. Co-Chair, Regional Business Council on Europe. Member, Steering Committee, Professional Services Industry. CEO Champion, Digital Transformation Initiative. Member, Board of Directors, Kohl’s Corporation.
CEO of global employment agency ManpowerGroup shares the advice he gives his own children as they prepare for an unfair and unknowable working future.
Employers should show the world and their employees that the UK is very much open for business and continues to welcome and value international talent.
In this period of transition, how can we help individuals and organizations quickly adapt to a changing labour market and upskill to new ways of working?
More women at the top leads to better decision-making and better results, says Jonas Prising, the CEO of ManpowerGroup.
Davos 2016: If we chart our course well we can navigate the changing world of work and unleash new employment opportunities and economic growth for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
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