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Working as a temporary agent with the client New Day was most unpleasant experience. Management were cliquey, challenging. The workplace culture I realised was not a good fit for me. Learning systems required ample time, which was not given. The staff restaurant was the most enjoyable part of this job, that and leaving at the end of the day.
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A typical day at work mostly involved working 90% of the time in the laboratory. I have learn about the different steps of a product development, particularly deodorants and antiperspirants. From the elaboration of the concept all the way to the finish quality product ready for the consumers on a department store shelf. Although the management was focused on achieving results and keep on-track according to the timeline, the social and human side was never neglected. My co-workers were brilliants, always willing to help and discuss any issues arising at any stage. They entertained a friendly work environment where fun could easily be associated with work tasks. This has really contributed to improve productivity. The hard side of the job was standing for long period in the laboratory. Nevertheless, these many hours in the laboratory served me well by making my laboratory skills even better. The most enjoyable part of my job was the camaraderie between colleagues, the monthly recognition of hard work and encountering products I worked on in department stores shelves.
Development of skills essential for my future career
The experience only lasted for 12 months
I was repeatedly promised five shifts a week by Manpower, but I've been working one or two on average. I had to sign back on to JSA with up to 16 hours work per week but, since I rarely earn more in a week than JSA pays and your wages are deducted from your benefits, I am effectively working for nothing as I still get the same £71 per week whether I work or not. This is extremely disheartening.If I had been told plainly that this was a zero hour contract I wouldn't have taken the job, in fact I would have been financially better off had I stayed on benefits! Myself and many others have been put in worse off positions than when we started by Manpower due to their misrepresentation of this work. It's very irresponsible and has put me in some debt. For these reasons I'm afraid I can't recommend Manpower as an employer.
Got contracts in engineering and technical areas,interviewed people for contracts, developed my understand of various technical areas, travelled a lot to different areas of the country interaction with companies at different levels within an organization.Moved to Canada
see the country meet a wide variety of people
long hours traveling away from home
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