Accounting clerk on call (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 14 October 2017
Being on call, it depended on the work assigned and the company sent to. Sometimes it was a pleasant environment with very defined type of work assigned. Others, could be an unorganized company with lots of "nothing to do" time in spite of asking where the help was required and willing to give a hand. The hardest to work on call, is not feeling as part of the organization. The most enjoyable was the opportunity to meet new people and make some business contacts for the future.
Lots of opportunity to play tennis while not working, make new acquaintances, driving around new places.
Not paid enough, not called more frequently, lack of sense of belonlging.
Gas Technician (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 30 January 2016
enjoyed working by myself. driving long distances. i learn how to work on a fast pace management wise was fair my co-workers were hard workers even though most of them did not make it untill the end. hardest part of the job personally to me comes from driving 100 km/h when travelling far.
Recruiter/Co-Op Student (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 22 January 2016
I had a successful internship with Manpower and built great colleagues and friends. Which lead me to a brief term at the Nike Factory where I was an Inventory Specialist for a short time. It was a very interesting and new work experience.
Customer Service Duties (Former Employee) – Edmonton – 14 January 2016
This job was great! They always trained you when you needed improvements in some areas. Getting to and from work was not an issue. You mostly worked alone, which was good for me. You had the best hours because the students needed the evening jobs.
Job and workplace - great. Manpower - horrible employer!
data entry (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 3 December 2015
Really enjoyed job and workplace. Not at all imporessed with Manpower! Terrible associate service. Not in it for their employees AT ALL! Minimal benefits; NO bereavment; low pay, terrible employee support. As long as they get you a job and get their cut, that's what they're in it for.
poor benefits, no bereavement, low pay, terrible employee support
Associate Consultant (Former Employee) – New Delhi – 22 November 2015
I worked with Manpower Group for 2 years and have learned a lot. It has an excellent work environment with a lot of nice colleagues always ready to help. It’s an employee centric organization. Work culture is easy and fun. It’s a perfect place for personal growth. I could manage Work/ Life balance very easily. It also gave me an exposure in terms of handling international clients. There has been various training workshops to develop our skills.
Operations Clerk (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 14 September 2015
Manpower has been a great place to work. They have been helpful to finding a placement for me when they can. They just need to find longer and more stable placement with their clients, so their employees will have a more stable work.