AHEXY - Adecco Group AG

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26.26
+0.25 (+0.98%)
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Previous Close26.01
Open26.36
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range26.25 - 26.36
52 Week Range21.86 - 30.84
Volume3,484
Avg. Volume11,695
Market Cap8.62B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.95
PE Ratio (TTM)8.65
EPS (TTM)3.04
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield2.44 (9.40%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-04-23
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Moody's

    Adecco International Financial Services B.V. -- Moody's announces completion of a periodic review of ratings of Adecco Group AG

    Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has completed a periodic review of the ratings of Adecco Group AG and other ratings that are associated with the same analytical unit. The review was conducted through a portfolio review in which Moody's reassessed the appropriateness of the ratings in the context of the relevant principal methodology(ies), recent developments, and a comparison of the financial and operating profile to similarly rated peers. This publication does not announce a credit rating action and is not an indication of whether or not a credit rating action is likely in the near future.

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  • Moody's

    ManpowerGroup Inc. -- Moody's affirms ManpowerGroup at Baa1; outlook is stable

    Rating Action: Moody's affirms ManpowerGroup at Baa1; outlook is stable. Global Credit Research- 30 Jul 2019. E900 million of rated debt.

  • PR Newswire

    The Adecco Group Names its 2019 'CEO for One Month' in the U.S.

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla., June 6, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Following a nation-wide search for its 2019 'CEO for One Month' in the U.S., the Adecco Group awarded Ben Conard the life-changing internship experience. From a competitive pool of more than 17,000 applicants representing nearly 300 universities and colleges, Conard proved he has what it takes to be the 'CEO' and is spending the month of June shadowing the company's senior executives while earning a $10,000 paycheck. Conard is a 2016 graduate of State University of New York at Geneseo with a degree in business administration and management, as well as a minor in German.

  • Microsoft aims to train and certify 15,000 workers on AI skills by 2022
    TechCrunch

    Microsoft aims to train and certify 15,000 workers on AI skills by 2022

    Microsoft is investing in certification and training for a range of AI-related skills in partnership with education provider General Assembly, thecompanies announced this morning

  • PR Newswire

    The Adecco Group to Host Leadership Boot Camp

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla., May 7, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Adecco Group, the world's leading HR solutions partner, will kick off its annual 'CEO for One Month' boot camp, Tuesday, May 14 – Friday, May 17, in Jacksonville, Florida. Nine outstanding finalists from across the nation will undergo a series of leadership challenges, with the goal of becoming the Adecco Group's 2019 'CEO for One Month' in the U.S., a paid internship opportunity to work alongside the company's senior leaders. The person who earns this title can look forward to jumpstarting their career and gaining a network of dedicated mentors," said Sergio Picarelli, global president of the Talent Solutions business unit and CEO of professional staffing in the U.S., U.K and Ireland at the Adecco Group.

  • Reuters

    Adecco struggles to find professional staff in the United States

    Adecco Group Chief Executive Alain Dehaze expects ongoing problems in the automotive sector to dampen demand for temporary workers in Germany while the staffing company is struggling to find enough qualified staff in the United States. Germany continues to be a hit by an economic slowdown and lower car sales due to the introduction of new emissions standards, Adecco said on Tuesday, as it reported a 2 percent fall in first-quarter revenue.

  • Adecco says revenues continue to fall at start of second quarter
    Reuters

    Adecco says revenues continue to fall at start of second quarter

    Adecco Group said its revenues continued to fall at the start of its second quarter, the temporary staffing company said on Tuesday, as the European economy limped into the second quarter and the U.S.-China trade war looked set to escalate. Adecco said its sales when adjusted for currencies, acquisitions and working days fell by 2 percent in the first quarter, and continued at the same rate in April. "While revenues declined by 2 percent trading days adjusted, year-on-year, the trend in our European markets stabilised during the quarter," Chief Executive Alain Dehaze said.

  • PR Newswire

    The ONS Appoints the Adecco Group UK&I to Staff the 2021 Census Team

    Providing an integrated service Adecco Corporate, part of the Adecco Group UK&I, will play a pivotal role in the staffing of the 2019 Census Rehearsal and Census Coverage Survey, the 2020 Address Check, 2021 Census, and the 2021 Census Coverage Survey.

  • PR Newswire

    Call for US Applicants: The Adecco Group 2019 'CEO for One Month'

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla., April 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Adecco Group is looking for its 2019 'CEO for One Month' representative in the U.S. In its sixth year, this global internship program is a unique opportunity for candidates to step into the shoes of business leaders in 47 countries across the company's global network. Top applicants will complete a national 'CEO for One Month' internship, shadowing the Adecco Group leaders of their own country. Ultimately, one representative will be chosen as the 'Global CEO for One Month" and will have the opportunity to work alongside the Adecco Group CEO Alain Dehaze.

  • Reuters

    Staffing firm Adecco sees hiring slowdown in Germany and France

    The world's biggest staffing company Adecco Group reported on Thursday a further slowdown in hiring at the start of the year, particularly in Germany and France, adding to signs that Europe's heavyweight economies may be stalling. The company reported a surprise fourth quarter loss after taking a goodwill impairment charge in Germany, sending its shares down by as much as 6.7 percent. "The slowdown continues to be driven by European markets, and is partly a reflection of challenging year-on-year comparables ... particularly in France and Southern Europe," the company said in a statement.

  • PR Newswire

    Brexit Skills Shortages: A Third of UK Businesses Have Considered Automation as a Response, According to New Adecco Group Report

    The majority (71%) of managers think the UK's decision to leave the EU will make skills harder to acquire for organisations operating in Britain. A third (34%) think this regardless of the outcome of Brexit. Alongside implementing technology, those organisations that are considering different strategies to manage potential skills shortages, are thinking about upskilling existing staff (35%) and increasing talent retention (25%).

  • Adecco chief calls for life-long learning to dodge jobs 'time bomb'
    Reuters

    Adecco chief calls for life-long learning to dodge jobs 'time bomb'

    Companies should set up portable accounts to pay for life-long learning to help workers upgrade their skills and remain employable as robots take over more jobs, Adecco Group (ADEN.S) Chief Executive Alain Dehaze said. The 55-year-old Belgian who has led Switzerland-based Adecco Group since 2015 said its customers - employers who take on temporary and permanent staff - want more flexible and more skilled workers. Companies and workers must improve training to fill these gaps, he said, especially as every four years people effectively lose 30 percent of their technical skills because the environment is changing so rapidly.

  • Reuters

    Adecco chief calls for life-long learning to dodge jobs "time bomb"

    Companies should set up portable accounts to pay for life-long learning to help workers upgrade their skills and remain employable as robots take over more jobs, Adecco Group (ADEN.S) Chief Executive Alain Dehaze said. The 55-year-old Belgian who has led Switzerland-based Adecco Group since 2015 said its customers - employers who take on temporary and permanent staff - want more flexible and more skilled workers. Companies and workers must improve training to fill these gaps, he said, especially as every four years people effectively lose 30 percent of their technical skills because the environment is changing so rapidly.

  • PR Newswire

    Adecco Group Survey Shows Employers Experience 'Supply Shock' as Migrant Labour Trends Go into Reverse Gear, Driven Mainly by a Fall in Non-EU Migrants

    /PRNewswire/ -- Employer plans to take on more staff are being hit by worsening skills and labour shortages, partly as a result of a sudden reversal in the growth in the number of both EU and non-EU migrants in employment in the UK. This is the conclusion of the latest quarterly Labour Market Outlook from the CIPD and The Adecco Group, based on a survey of 1,002 employers, which shows that while the short-term outlook for employment remains strong, labour and skills shortages are accelerating. The survey's net employment balance – a measure of the difference between the proportion of employers who expect to increase staff levels and those who expect to decrease staff levels – has remained extremely positive at +22 (compared to +23 in Q3 2018).

  • Adecco says global economic uncertainty is affecting hiring
    Reuters

    Adecco says global economic uncertainty is affecting hiring

    Adecco Group, the world's biggest staffing group, said hiring had slowed since the start of the fourth quarter, confirming a weaker trend as economic uncertainty makes companies more cautious. On Tuesday it said a fall in demand for car industry workers along with a slowdown in manufacturing and retail jobs in Europe weighed on its revenues, which grew just 1 percent in September-October from a year earlier. For the July-September quarter revenue growth - when adjusted for trading days and currency changes - halved to 2 percent, from 4 percent in the second quarter, it said.

  • Reuters

    Adecco CFO sees no further deterioration during October

    Adecco's revenues grew by 1 percent in September and October, down from a 2 percent rate in third quarter the company reported on Tuesday. "We have robust stability," Ploos van Amstel told reporters on a call after the company reported third-quarter results. On trade tensions between the United States and China, Chief Executive Alain Dehaze said Adecco was not seeing signs of it hitting hiring.