Manpower Employee Reviews in Dundee
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Typical agency call centre work, no rights, no sick pay. Expectation is high for staff to perform, plenty of training given but some managers/coaches not really cut out for the job role. Potential to earn good money with bonuses
Potential earning with bonus
No employee rights, 0 hours contracts
Agency don't have a clue what they are doing. Full of fake promises and sack anyone at any opportunity then walk you out the building like you've committed a crime when in fact you've only had a couple days of ill. Terrible human beings that run there Dundee office anyway!!
Having to deal with manpower
If you are on a Manpower contract, watch your back. The wages are shocking you can be sitting next to someone on a Bt contract on the double the wages. Bt staff tend to work 8-8 Monday to Friday. Whereas Manpower will be 7-11 Monday to Saturday. Management are brown nosed youngsters with no idea how to look after there team fairly. If your face doesn't fit they will find anything they can use against you with useless union staff. Money grabbing manpower only off a PBA contract, with in effect means you lose your right to equal wages with BT contracted staff, I could go . Just AVOID
too many to mention
I found work through manpower in BT (as their client) in Dundee the company pays the minimum wage for a highly technical job, where you are expexted to exceed. constant evaluation on your performance made all of my collegues uneasy and insecure, disciplinaries are in the order of the day. None of us where told that the hours we were required to work are from 8am to 11pm until after the 6 week training period.... there are too many things to write on here, what a joke of a company
met very interesting people
Manpower are poorly managed. Very unfair pay rates between BT staff and Manpower staff within the centre. Someone on a BT contract could be doing the same role as yourself, they would be on a rate of around £8-£10, while a manpower employee would be on £6.20/£6.50.
unfair pay rates, badly managed.
Taking calls from customers and helping them with their problem. Within this role I learned how to perform an office based job. Management are focused on statistics within this company. Co-workers were pleasant enough but their was a noticeable difference between permanent staff and agency staff. The hardest part of this role was dealing with abusive customers. The most enjoyable part of this role was the interaction between fellow agency staff.
No job security and no sick pay
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