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Vicky Fuller has been a recruiter and got me my first job with Stanford University. Man Power is a temp to permanent job Agency in the Bay Area. She is a pleasure to work with.
Extremely busy office, may not hear from them for days
they took 158.00 from my check for insurance that I didnt request, and never gave me an insurance card and refused to pay me back....they are nothing but thiefs!!
will still money from you
While working with Manpower I was able to learn additional job skills while maintaining a balance at home with my school aged child. Manpower is a great way to get a feel if a company that you may be considering working for full time.
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I was happy with manpower as a temporary agency. The staff worked hard to communicate, connect me with good opportunities and ultimately landed me I'm a regular fill time position. My salary was very low as a temporary worker with no benefits to speak of but when I transitioned my salary doubled a.secured fill benefits
It was a great learning experience. I enjoyed what I did out there and the immediate people that I worked with. I was considered a contractor though and was trusted as if I was a company employee. This made it difficult sometimes.
the flexibility that is given through Manpower is probably one of my favorite things I enjoy about them. I conform my job needs to my life and not the other way around. I can choose what my pay rate should be, what hours I want to work, where I want to work, and how long I want to work there. I enjoy that no matter how many assignments I have throughout the year, my benefits are through Manpower and not the third party vendor, so that creates a positive safety net and reassurance.
They can only place you if you have the skills wanted by employers. Sometimes the companies want to do a mini interview after they have reviewed your resume. Some positions are temp to perm. What ever language stated in their contract with temp service. You can go permanent after 90 days or 6 months. If your company wants you sooner than the contract they will have to pay a fee. They do drug test and background checks.
Work hours, Pay
I enjoyed my work hours and the co-workers were great gentleman. I learned new procedures and processes, the engineers were glad to give me tour of the their company and I really liked that they have a popcorn machine in their lunch room
This company has been a good for the time that I was there but in due time they changed management and went from temp to permanent hire Has to many issues with them regarding work so as of late I’m still unemployed since December 13, 2019 and still looking for employment at this time
Pay was good
Communication was poor
Basically, I was assigned to IBM as an Exec. Admin Asst. through Manpower. So I can't rate "Manpower" per se since I didn't perform anything work wise directly for them.
Hours limited to contracted hourly agreement.
Manpower was a great place to work. It was very productive and allowed me to help many who were in need of job placement. I truly enjoyed the work atmosphere and the colleagues whom I worked with. The staff was very professional and was very patient and polite. They would go the extra mile to place people in positions where they felt that they would not fail.
* Work with Stanford University’s Gift Processing center * Provide support/assistance for a project manager at Simco Electronics * Did any task asked
Helped me reinforce my office skills and sharpen them further
A little out of the way from lunch places; no big deal
Manpower assisted me working steadily in several different administrative assistant positions over a period of 2 plus years leading me to full time permanent position during a time when the economy was very rough. Management and office staff were more than accommodating to provide employment per request.
Employment made possible during a poor economical period
Temporary positions without benefits