Stull to lead Manpower North America

Wright will leave Milwaukee staffing firm


Michael Stull has been named senior vice president for the Manpower North America division of Milwaukee-based ManpowerGroup, effective immediately.


Kip Wright, who has served in the role for the past two years, plans to leave the company at the end of the year. Wright joined ManpowerGroup in 2010 through its Comsys acquisition, and has also led its ManpowerGroup Solutions business.

Stull will be responsible for leading the Manpower brand within the North America operation. He has spent the past five years leading Global Marketing across 80 countries and all of ManpowerGroup’s brands. Before joining the company, Stull gained skills in strategic, financial, technology and large-scale implementation from organizations including Nuveen Investments and Chicago Title and Trust.

“Michael has been instrumental in helping to drive a digital transformation in North America,” said Darryl Green, president and chief operating officer of ManpowerGroup. “His drive to develop the digital experience that enables a higher value relationship with candidates, clients and associates, will create an even more effective ManpowerGroup. I am excited about Michael bringing his passion to lead the Manpower brand into the future in North America.”

“Helping people become more employable, develop relevant skills and build careers while connecting business with right-skilled talent has never been more important,” Stull said. “This industry and the world of work is changing faster than we’ve seen in our almost 70 year history, and I’m looking forward to leading the talented Manpower team that can make a difference to thousands of people’s lives.”

ManpowerGroup is a global staffing and workforce solutions firm with about 27,000 employees at 2,900 offices worldwide. There are about 900 employees at its Milwaukee headquarters.

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Molly Dill, former BizTimes Milwaukee managing editor.

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