some worksites when you worked upstairs were fairly hot and uncomfortable to work in the organisation could have been better to much merchandise on floor in the actual warehouse at ground level was okay to work in
Disapointed with management when it came to backing up you when aurizon management cut back my work because i questioned some of the other workers who were mates of both manpower and Aurizon management over dangerous proceedures they were involved in
you are all looked after as an employer working for them, you all get your hours one you come to work every day and go by the company rule. management all ways make should thing moving good in the warehouse.
There is free bbq on some occasion and around Christmas.
Very good company to work for I have been here for almost 3 years and I have advised my sister to work for this company. It has excellent training programs and work shops, career expos and all round just a fun place to be. Very grateful to still be in Manpower and have a job after a lot of people have lost their jobs.
Store Person (Former Employee) - Mulgrave VIC - 5 February 2020
Manpower were very good to me in a sense that the hours I worked fitted around the hours my husband worked as he was also a storeperson / Team Coordinator at Woolworths on Nightshift, I worked as a casual at the same location. I learnt that when targets are set, its important to do your very best to reach them, they (Manpower) are always encouraging when you you fall short. The most important part of the job to me was that you are able to meet new friends and enjoy the moral throughout the DC.
Worked to the bone on a pittance salary. The office bred a shocking, negative workplace culture where bullying and other issues were brushed under the carpet. High staff turnover, self-serving management lthat lack necessary skills. Manpower does nothing to deal with staff issues. Don't listen - dont care.
worker (Current Employee) - Mulgrave - 5 September 2019
dont work for mulgrave branch there good at first but also send bad text messages if u want to change jobs like this at this stage we dont have further work to offer youi suggest you look work elsewhere thank you manpower this how they are while u on sight working company policy no mobiles while working was demanded had to talk to consultant but if got caught will lose the job how unproffessional i say they are i never experience low life people like them if a company seen this how they feel or the ceo director seen this he wouldnt like the way they talk to people like treating people unfair and honesty to run a business dont send bad text while working,then a week later the women the office ran me start yapping out of control where your communication towards people as a office personnel u need more experience what we work under you and u talk to us as we are workers not higher in the office like you,one thing i suggest hire more proffessional workers self esteem take time out and self construct your self,learn self defence to control u actions u never know how u become
With HQ in capital cities across Australia for those working remotely there is a sense of isolation and being left to fend for oneself. Promises from management were never fulfilled and communication suffered.
There is an atmosphere of Manpower Group being there for you as an employee, however, the reality is that they are not.
Little to no communication from management, micromanaging employees and lack of trust in their employees
i have a young family and was struggling to find work, so while working casually for manpower, they helped me to gain full-time employment with a big company in my local area. The team is great to deal with, the hours are manageable for a work/life balance.
I used to be a chippy and had to think on the job
But this job I don't have to think witch makes it boring and the shift work are alll over the place and u cant pick ur hours
It not quite the job for me