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ManpowerGroup Joins Discussions at The Davos Agenda 2021

ManpowerGroup joins business and political leaders at the World Economic Forum 2021 virtual meeting, The Davos Agenda, January 25-29, 2021.

Supporting people and companies to renew and reset after the global pandemic will be top of mind for CEOs and business leaders. 

Follow @ManpowerGroup and our delegation, @JonasPrising@beckyfrankly@drtcp,@FLancon and @HarldPeters for real-time updates from the sessions where we are leading and contributing.



Today we launched new research on how the pandemic has impacted tech and skills, Skills Revolution Reboot: The 3Rs – Renew, Reskill, Redeploy. Spoiler alert: digitization has accelerated as a result of COVID-19 and those companies that are automating most plan to create the most jobs. We explore which sectors and countries are emerging stronger and what this means for the future of people, skills and work. 


On Thursday, January 28, ManpowerGroup Chairman & CEO, Jonas Prising, will join OECD President, Angel Guirra, on Skilling the Global Workforce. Tune in to the session, hosted by BBC Presenter, Sally Bundock, to hear innovative and practical solutions to reset, reskill and redeploy after the crisis so value creation is shared with the many, not the few. 


The Davos Agenda is more open than ever before. Skills, inclusion and reimagining how we work together to make progress on the world's greatest challenges – including addressing climate change, achieving gender parity and tackling social/racial injustice – will be top of the agenda.  Catch the world's most forward-looking thinkers here. Our top recommendations: