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Upper management was always making changes that were trickled down to branches but since they didn't work in our area of expertise didn't always make sense or work. So if that didn't work they would go in another direction and most of the time get the same results. There was certainly a disconnect between upper management and the branches. Their commission structure had you fighting amongst yourselves since it wasn't a team effort and was an everyone for themselves commission based structure.
What can you say, it temporary employment. While Manpower was great working with me and needs for my family, sometimes the employers where harder to work with. It's a balance knowing that if something didn't work out with employer that they would find another job with in a day or two.
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Manpower is a temp agency. They gave me an assignment at BTCO as a document specialist when I walked through their door. They weren't very accurate on how long this assignment would last for all the people they sent to work there. BTCO was a pretty nice place. The management was helpful and understanding. The people there were laid-back but helpful. Sometimes they would change procedures on how to deal with certain things, which could be a little frustrating. I didn't mind doing exceptions on the inventory sheets and folders because I am a problem solver.
I was lucky enough to land a spot at Cessna for my contract. If your a on time and work hard then the company is great. Helps to get your foot in the door.
They look after the contractors if you let them know whats going on, help to get your foot in the door with a company
Benefits and its mostly Temp work
Helped me when I needed work, but overall not a great company to work for, lousy benefits etc. Always messed up on weekly paychecks when first started for company it was a nightmare
I was outsourced by Spirit and was absorbed by IBM/Manpower/Experis without my input. The contract was poorly managed and the expectations of Spirit were unrealistic.
Had a job
Ill-defined job descriptions and poorly managed responsibilities
I enjoyed working with this organization, I was placed in many different companies that was willing to teach their knowledge. I was placed in positions where I could lead on projects and learn from my superiors. I developed a better direction of personal growth. The individuals that I worked with had a positive attitude.
Meeting new people
I would have enjoyed my employment more if there were more work assignments available. It seems to be that work was more available to employees that worked in the plants than the office. At least that is what I was told.
meeting new people
work assignments did not last long enough
I very much enjoyed working through this company and them finding me a decent job. It paid every week and that was a plus. I got along with the people I worked with, and the work environment was great.
Overtime on Saturday's
Same pay no raise
nothing seemed right no paper work was filled out and the company was very unorganized and did not keep the deal that was entered into
was a machinist for a company that was unorganized and didn't have the proper tooling or proper programming or programmers. my job was to set up and run a 5 axis snk with i30 funuc controls make edits as needed
very unprofessional and very unorganized
Subcontracting for Cessna was overall a pretty good experience. I really enjoyed the atmosphere. There was never really any pressure on the job, more encouragement from upper management than anything. A typical day was pretty relaxing. Log into the computer, check all components of the working station to make sure everything is in working order. Verify parts and we just had to make sure we marked parts correctly.
low pay, no advancement opportunity, traveling distance
lack of communication implementation of actions without reviewing the possible outcomes, total loss of management control infrastructure
bad judgement overall