Light Industrial Worker (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – September 11, 2017
fun environment. some places were better than others. staff members were very helpful and friendly. they kept you moving from one job to another and sometimes long periods of time. i worked a entire year with this company and ended up being there for seven years. became record center coordinator. and i got employee of the month through manpower and my job. Another assignment through manpower I worked at the airport(LSG). we did refrigeration and coolers. everyday was breakfast, lunch and dinner. unlimited snacks and soda. hated to leave that place but the freezers and being december didn"t work for me.
This job was the easiest I ever had. Getting up early Saturday and Sunday morning working part time 7am-5:30pm, going into the warehouse and working officiant for 12 hours. I had a excellent experience.
Production (Current Employee) – Alexandria, LA – July 13, 2018
Not enough characters to describe all the problems with this company. The first thing is they leadership is not properly trained and the head supervisor never in the office. So that's being said its a job where if you work hard nobody will even recognize your efforts.
Employed not on the corner
Don't acknowledge hard workers, promote family members
Factory/Warehouse Worker (Current Employee) – Racine, WI – July 12, 2018
All the positions I maintained with Manpower were temp positions in warehouses and factories so I'm not sure about other types of positions but my experiences were pretty good. Any issues I had at those jobs had more to do with the company I was contracted under than anything Manpower itself did wrong. They were always understanding and flexible with my schedule if I needed time off. As long as you gave them a call they let you call off as long as you didn't abuse it. The pay is decent, pretty good for temp work. I had insurance through the marketplace so I'm not sure what it's like through Manpower.
I worked in a factory on a busy machine. Not only did I work hard enough to keep up(most everyone else they had to slow down the machine), but I never got hired on. I watched countless lazy slackers get hired on. I felt like management never vouched for me.
the supervisor and co-workers very nice to work with.
Manpower Temp (Current Employee) – Augusta, ME – July 12, 2018
A typical day; stocking fruit and kale and greek yogurt . Stocking forks knives and spoons. Washing the dinning room tables. Putting clean dishes out for the student, and putting breads and fresh fruits out . most enjoyable helping the students and supervisors really appreciate you.
Mold Maker (Former Employee) – Decatur, IL – July 12, 2018
Great work place to achieve the goals I needed for advancing for my future...with an growing company. I learned a lot of job building skills such as team work pay off... if u dedicate yourself to your job it will help you become a better citizen...