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Kelly Services, Inc. (KELYB)

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Previous Close27.09
Open27.22
Bid26.07 x 900
Ask26.88 x 1000
Day's Range26.10 - 27.22
52 Week Range11.88 - 90.36
Volume939
Avg. Volume29,449
Market Cap1.013B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.29
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-1.83
Earnings DateFeb 11, 2020 - Feb 17, 2020
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateFeb 21, 2020
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Forbes Names Kelly® One of America’s Best Employers for Diversity in 2021
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    Forbes Names Kelly® One of America’s Best Employers for Diversity in 2021

    Special Recognition Follows Launch of Kelly’s Bold Equity@Work InitiativeTROY, Mich., May 03, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- After an extensive review of companies dedicated to diversity, equity and inclusion, Forbes has named Kelly to its fourth annual America’s Best Employers for Diversity list. The recognition comes six months after the launch of Kelly’s Equity@Work initiative. “Kelly is committed to connecting people to work that enriches their lives,” said Peter Quigley, President and CEO of Kelly. “We call it our Noble Purpose, and it’s part of what drives us to expand opportunities for all workers. Diversity, equity and inclusion are at the very center of building the workforce of the future and we support clients in that endeavor every day.” Last September, Quigley joined other business leaders in becoming a member of CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion. In doing so, Kelly committed to being a workplace where diversity is embraced and employees are supported to take steps to increase equity and inclusion. The Forbes recognition is based on market research by Statista Inc., including a survey of 50,000 Americans working for businesses with at least 1,000 employees to pinpoint the companies most dedicated to diversity, equity and inclusion. Respondents belonging to underrepresented groups were asked to nominate organizations other than their own. The final list ranks the 500 employers that not only received the most recommendations, but also promote diversity in leadership and support the most proactive diversity and inclusion initiatives. “When we launched our Equity@Work initiative last fall, we started by changing our own hiring practices,” said Quigley. “We updated our policy around minor drug offenses – specifically marijuana convictions – to provide people with low-level criminal offenses greater access to work within the company. We also use review technology across our job postings to facilitate equitable and inclusive hiring. And we continue to call on like-minded leaders and organizations to join us in making changes that can help knock down unjust barriers to work.” In a recent survey commissioned by Kelly, four in five Americans (81%) said companies should do more to remove discriminatory hiring policies or practices. In turn, 76% of Americans say they are more likely to support a business or company that is committed to breaking down barriers that prevent Americans from finding employment. In 2020, Kelly also launched five employee affinity groups for Black, LatinX, LGBTQ, women and millennial employees. These groups help create an environment where everyone feels encouraged to be their authentic selves, and they support the professional development of employees. About Kelly®Kelly connects talented people to companies in need of their skills in areas including Science, Engineering, Education, Office, Contact Center, Light Industrial, and more. We’re always thinking about what’s next in the evolving world of work, and we help people ditch the script on old ways of thinking and embrace the value of all workstyles in the workplace. We directly employ nearly 370,000 people around the world, and we connect thousands more with work through our global network of talent suppliers and partners in our outsourcing and consulting practice. Visit kellyservices.com and let us help with what’s next for you. Media ContactChristian TaskeKelly248-561-8823christian.taske@kellyservices.com

  • Kelly® Announces First Quarter Conference Call
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    Kelly® Announces First Quarter Conference Call

    TROY, Mich., April 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Kelly (Nasdaq: KELYA) (Nasdaq: KELYB), a leading specialty talent solutions provider, will release its first quarter earnings before the market opens on Thursday, May 13, 2021. In conjunction with its first quarter earnings release, Kelly will publish a financial presentation on the Investor Relations page of its public website and will host a conference call at 9 a.m. ET. The call may be accessed in one of the following ways: Via the Internet:Kellyservices.com Via the Telephone: (877) 692-8955 (toll free) or (234) 720-6979 (caller paid)Enter access code 5728672After the prompt, please enter “#” A recording of the conference call will be available after 2:30 p.m. ET on May 13, 2021 at (866) 207-1041 (toll-free) and (402) 970-0847 (caller-paid). The access code is 2456495#. The recording will also be available at kellyservices.com during this period. About Kelly® Kelly Services, Inc. (Nasdaq: KELYA, KELYB) connects talented people to companies in need of their skills in areas including Science, Engineering, Education, Office, Contact Center, Light Industrial, and more. We’re always thinking about what’s next in the evolving world of work, and we help people ditch the script on old ways of thinking and embrace the value of all workstyles in the workplace. We directly employ nearly 370,000 people around the world, and we connect thousands more with work through our global network of talent suppliers and partners in our outsourcing and consulting practice. Revenue in 2020 was $4.5 billion. Visit kellyservices.com and let us help with what’s next for you. Analyst & Media Contact:James Polehna(248) 244-4586polehjm@kellyservices.com

  • Survey Reveals Americans Want Employers To End Discrimination Against Job Seekers With Criminal Backgrounds; Kelly CEO Encourages Companies To Act
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    Survey Reveals Americans Want Employers To End Discrimination Against Job Seekers With Criminal Backgrounds; Kelly CEO Encourages Companies To Act

    Vast majority say they are more likely to support businesses that remove barriers to employmentTROY, Mich., April 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Seven in 10 Americans say employers should eliminate blanket-bans that automatically reject job seekers with minor, non-violent criminal offenses on their record, according to a Kelly survey conducted as part of National Second Chance Month. Kelly today revealed the national survey findings that show Americans want companies to end discriminatory hiring practices and policies. The research is part of Kelly’s ongoing Equity@Work initiative designed to identify and remove systemic and rarely challenged barriers to work for millions of Americans. “Nearly one in three Americans now have a criminal history of some kind, and many are non-violent offenders unable to access work because of unjust blanket-bans companies have in place,” said Kelly President and CEO Peter Quigley. “We discourage these blanket-bans and have changed our internal hiring practices to move to individualized reviews in order to provide fulltime employment opportunities to second-chance candidates. We’re collaborating with leading companies to do the same and encourage others to make more second chances possible, as well.” Kelly’s Equity@Work survey of adults in the U.S. shows strong support for second-chance initiatives: 64% of Americans say non-violent mistakes made in the past should not automatically disqualify a person from being able to find employment.71% agree employers should eliminate or reduce blanket-bans that automatically reject job seekers with minor, non-violent criminal offenses.76% are more likely to support businesses committed to breaking down discriminatory barriers that prevent Americans from finding employment.81% say companies should do more to remove discriminatory hiring policies or practices that keep people from being hired or promoted.90% say access to employment is important to have a good quality of life in America. "Second chances are not just good for people, they are good for business and our national economy,” said Quigley. “The non-integration of those with a criminal history costs the U.S. nearly $80 billion annually. When we knock this barrier down, companies will significantly increase their talent pool, reduce turnover rates, improve diversity, equity and inclusion, and ultimately save money.” Last year, Kelly also updated its policy around minor drug offenses – specifically marijuana convictions – to provide people with low-level criminal offenses greater access to work within the company. Kelly is also using technology across its job posting language to facilitate equitable and inclusive terminology. “Our national economy needs strong labor market participation,” said Quigley. “Expanding employment opportunities for the nearly 77 million Americans with a criminal record, enables companies to better meet demand, grow and thrive. It’s not just the right thing, it’s the smart thing to do.” Equity@Work Survey MethodologyThe survey was conducted online by Atomik Research. 1,010 adults in the U.S. completed the survey between Feb. 8 and 12, 2021. The overall margin of error fell within +/- 3 percentage points with a confidence interval of 95%. Researchers implemented sample quotas based on gender identity, geographical regions, age groups and ethnicity in order to reflect similar statistically representative ratios based on U.S. Census reports. About Kelly®Kelly connects talented people to companies in need of their skills in areas including Science, Engineering, Education, Office, Contact Center, Light Industrial, and more. We’re always thinking about what’s next in the evolving world of work, and we help people ditch the script on old ways of thinking and embrace the value of all workstyles in the workplace. We directly employ nearly 370,000 people around the world, and we connect thousands more with work through our global network of talent suppliers and partners in our outsourcing and consulting practice. Visit kellyservices.com and let us help with what’s next for you. Media Contacts: Jane StehneyKellystehnja@kellyservices.com Christian TaskeKellychristian.taske@kellyservices.com