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They act as if you’re bothering them by asking them anything. The franchise manager is great, but honestly I hate this job and I’m only staying because I have bills to pay and can’t find another job.
Short breaks, Little to no benefits, Draining
The experience of working with patients and in a hospital setting was a great learning environment, especially for students. However, the scheduling team is very poor at communication and often rude. It feels as if all the expectations when it comes to communication is on the patient attendant, very one-sided and confusing.
Learn a lot
Very high turn over. If your looking to grow within the company this is not the place for you. Pay is low and don’t think about getting a raise. Manpower showed their true colors when this virus hit the fan. They only care about the money, not their employees safety.
The schedulers had really bad attitudes they should be ashamed of themselves and manpower does nothing about it. Patient attendant was not a good fit for me The nurse’s treat you like you’re nothing. Everything you learned during orientation gets thrown out the window when you start working there the rules are completely different there at the U of M hospital.once again The Scheduling Team awful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
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The scheduling desk people are useless and a bit rude for the most part and they can have a bad attitude at times. Nothing they say at orientation goes and they don’t listen to my problems regarding work. I’ve even had a few ignored emails I sent them. On a positive note, the pay and hours are nice and flexible as long as you give them notice.
I got to pick shifts and days. This is the best schedule for a mom. Somtimes It can be stressful since we don’t know who the patient is until a few hours before shift. No chance to really prepare, but if you aren’t comfortable when you het there, Manpower will help change your assignment.
they do tell you what is not allowed and tell you all the laws but they don't tell you what kind of things to do for certain patients as in like food disorders. they also tell you to go on your gut on some things but when you ask a nurse one says they can do it an another says different. or if you ask to be moved out a patients room for any reason as in like sexually being assaulted they sometimes wont even move you
training and comunication
Very long hours. And no work/life balance. I have personally experienced racism from upper management. The company constantly preaches how “ethical” they are. But this is far from the truth. If you complain to HR you will be treated adversely. Even though the company states they have a non-retaliation policy.
Ability to work from home
Pay is substantially low compared to industry competitors . There is no upward mobility.
As a whole Manpower in Ann Arbor is very helpful and understanding in placing you. The individual job postings will depend highly on where you are place, your desired work, and the staff at the location.
Time it may take to be posted
It is extremely hard to watch people when they are at their worst. This is a very different job, from the patients screaming in pain to the ones who can barely move.
Not a very physical job
Only one break. Very stressful.
I enjoyed my work experience at Manpower for the most part. I was there for over 11 years, and the last year became somewhat difficult because of some of the temporary employees poor work ethics. The inter-office staff was always awesome, but some of the temp staff became very difficult to tolerate on a daily basis. Overall, I can not complain about Manpower as a company, and my reason for leaving was primarily based on my need to work a more flexible schedule (from home), to accommodate the special needs of my autistic child.
Great CEO, who is very accessible to her staff.
Insubordinate employees, are often not handled/disciplined properly