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They are very apprehensive about giving employees perminant positions, benefits and a sense of stability even if you're bringing in revenue and connections.
Nice office environment
Always under the gun, no stability, high expectations
Better job security! Work is not gareenteed but the pay and positions are available good. I would recommend someone to this agency. Benefits for job must be completed after 90 days.
My assignment location from Manpower was great. I would have liked more compensation, health benefits and more than earned paid sick leave that amounts to 1 hour of paid sick leave per 1 week worked. There has been no open enrollment in over 9 months but the people and staff are kind, knowledgeable, and supportive. They also offer tuition assistance.
No real health benefits
No room for advancement or growth. Management team does not understand the work that goes into the job because they are all externally hired. No sense of security and terminations and layoffs were very common. There was no investment in resources and tools to do the job for employees and success was measured inappropriately.
Remote work, weekly pay
Job security, advancement opportunity, compensation, bad management, benefits
My days started by reviewing job boards and posted job ads, using the solution selling method I called on my assigned verticals to set meetings with H.R. personal for my outside sales executive to close. At that time from 2009 to 2010 the job market in America had tanked and we were in a recession, commissions were low.
Manpower help alot far as learning different skills. Manpower was also one of my favorite jobs. The jobs where easy for the most part but I did wish they pay more.
Great if u live in the city
Minimum wage mostly
I applied for what the ad said was a CTH position. After accepting the role, found out was term contract. This was not properly communicated to me, despite my inquiring about it.
I was only assigned to one position with Aqua Illinois in Kankakee, IL which is a water and sewer company for various areas. The company could not find enough to keep me busy after getting their rate hike proposal books put together so they ended the position after 3 weeks