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Manpower Inc. (NYSE: MAN) said today it was the first foreign multinational company to receive a temporary staffing business license in
"It's an honor to be the first global organization awarded this privilege and to be intimately involved in the evolution of this dynamic labor market," said Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Joerres.
The pilot program becomes effective Jan. 1. However, Manpower spokeswoman Britt Zarling said the company can start temporary staffing immediately. Manpower has 62 offices, company-owned, in mainland
Manpower said it has more than 13 years experience in recruiting permanent workers for clients in
The legislation behind the pilot program will define employer liability and forms of labor use.